|Passes through||Etzel, Wardenburg, Börnicke,|
|Partners||E.ON Ruhrgas, Gasunie Deutschland, Statoil|
|Operator||NETRA GmbH Norddeutsche Erdgas Transversale und Co. KG|
|Length||408 km (254 mi)|
|Maximum discharge||21.4 billion cubic meters per year|
Netra (Norddeutsche Erdgas Transversale) is a 408 kilometres (254 mi) long natural gas pipeline system in Germany, which runs from the Emden and Dornum natural gas receiving facilities at the coast of North Sea to Salzwedel in eastern Germany, where it is connected with the JAGAL pipeline. The pipeline is extended to Berlin through the rough the Salzwedel–Berlin connection.
Construction of the Netra pipeline was agreed in 1994 and the pipeline was commissioned in 1995. Originally it run from the Etzel gas storage in Oldenburg to Salzwedel. In 1999, after commissioning the Europipe II pipeline, the NETRA pipeline system is extended from Etzel to Dornum. The compressor station near Wardenburg was built in 2003.
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