BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 10. The EPC contractor
remains to be implementing a number of the remaining actions that don’t
have direct influence on the exploitation of the Interconnector
Greece-Bulgaria (IGB), ICGB Executive Officer Teodora Georgieva
stated in an unique interview with Trend.
“These so-called secondary actions don’t intrude with the
easy functioning and security of the fuel pipeline,” she stated.
Georgieva went on so as to add that they’re nonetheless, nevertheless, part of
the contract and we as a contracting entity require them to be
fulfilled throughout the scope of the technical venture.
“We’re supervising intently the actions and mark important
progress on a few of them, whereas work on others stays moderately
hesitant in tempo,” she defined.
The Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria started industrial operation on
October 1, 2022.
Since the start of the present heating season, the
interconnector offers practically 1/3 of the winter consumption of
pure fuel in Bulgaria. IGB is the primary route for diversified
provides of pure fuel to Bulgaria, guaranteeing elevated
safety of provide and variety of sources, contributing
considerably to the competitors within the pure fuel market, which
is a prerequisite for optimized costs for companies and home
shoppers within the nation.
The fuel pipeline creates a completely new route by means of Bulgaria
for the transportation of pure fuel from new sources to a quantity
of nations, which reinforces the important thing function of the interconnector
not solely at a nationwide stage, but in addition for your entire area of
Central and Southeastern Europe.
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