Gazprom Transgaz Belarus

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Gazprom Transgaz Belarus
Predecessor Zapadtransgaz
Founded 1992
Headquarters Minsk, Belarus
Parent Gazprom

Gazprom Transgaz Belarus (former name: Beltransgaz) is a natural gas infrastructure and transportation company of Belarus. It operates the main natural gas transit pipelines through Belarus—Northern Lights and Yamal–Europe. Beltransgaz was founded in 1992 on the bases of Zapadtransgaz, a company responsible for the gas transit through Belarus. The company is owned by the Russian gas company Gazprom.[1]


  1. ^ Dyomkin, Denis (2011-11-24). "Gazprom says Belarus deal agreed, no gas cuts for EU". Reuters. Retrieved 2011-11-25. 

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