First welded pipes lowered in for TAP

Baku, September 24, AZERTAC

“In Greece, the pipeline Right of Way (RoW) clearance and grading began close to the Greek-Turkish border as well as near Kavala,” said Lisa Givert, Head of Communications at Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP).

“As of today, over 17.3 km of line pipes have been strung along our route and approximately 8.4 km welded. On 19 September the first welded pipes were lowered in,” she noted.

“Line pipes continue to arrive to Kavala, Thessaloniki and Alexandroupolis. So far, approximately 30% of the 32,000 line pipes needed to build the 550km Greek section have been delivered,” Givert added.

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