Balkan Stream

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Balkan Stream
Location
CountryTurkey
Bulgaria
Serbia
Hungary
FromTurkStream
Passes throughBulgaria and Serbia
ToHungary
General information
Typenatural gas
Statusin operation
PartnersSrbijagas and Gazprom
Construction started2018
Commissioned2021
Technical information
Maximum discharge13.88 million barrels per day (~6.916×10^8 t/a)
Operating pressure40-35 bar

Balkan Stream is a pipeline which transports Russian natural gas from Turkey to Bulgaria, Serbia[1] and Hungary.[2] It is an extension of Turk Stream.[3][4] Annual capacity is almost 16 bcm.[5]

The project is headed and financed by Srbijagas (or "South Stream Serbia AG"), the state-owned natural gas provider of Serbia.[6][need quotation to verify]

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  1. ^ "Former Bulgarian authorities allowed the construction of a Russian gas pipeline to "isolate Ukraine"". odessa-journal.com. 2022-09-28. Retrieved 2022-10-22.
  2. ^ "Serbia imports natural gas from Hungary after Bulgarian pipeline rupture". www.euractiv.com. 2021-11-02. Retrieved 2022-10-23.
  3. ^ "Balkan Stream countries hope to avoid worst of international gas crisis". intellinews.com. 2021-10-21. Retrieved 2022-10-22.
  4. ^ "Gazprom has increased gas supply to Hungary, says official". the Guardian. 2022-08-14. Retrieved 2022-10-23.
  5. ^ "Balkan Stream gas pipeline opens through Serbia". N1 (in Serbian). 2021-01-01. Retrieved 2022-10-23.
  6. ^ "Brnabićeva otkrila plan: "Južni tok" postaje "Srpski"". B92.