BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 21. Nominations for gas flows (entry) at Kipoi (Greece) interconnection of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) stand at 333,347,301 kWh for March 21 and 238,911,299 kWh for March 22, Trend reports citing TAP’s electronic platform.
At Nea Mesimvria, the exit nominations for March 21 and March 22 amount to 40,346,301 kWh each.
As for Melendugno, the exit nominations for March 21 and March 22 stand at 289,501,000 kWh and 195,064,998 kWh, respectively.
Daily physical flow at Kipoi, Nea Mesimvria and Melendugno for March 21 will be equal to 55,963,833 kWh, 6,724,270 kWh and 47,847,647 kWh, respectively.
As the European section of the Southern Gas Corridor, TAP has the capacity to transport approximately 10 billion cubic meters of gas per annum (bcm/a) to several markets in Europe. The pipeline is also designed with the potential to expand its throughput capacity up to 20 bcm/a.
As a key part of the Southern Gas Corridor, TAP is strategically and economically important to Europe and essential in providing reliable access to a new source of natural gas. TAP plays a significant role in boosting Europe’s energy security, supply diversification, as well as decarbonisation objectives.
TAP’s shareholding is comprised of bp (20 percent), SOCAR (20 percent), Snam (20 percent), Fluxys (19 percent), Enagás (16 percent) and Axpo (5 percent).
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