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NEWS
Energetický a průmyslový holding, a.s. (“EPH”) and EP Infrastructure, a.s. (previously known as CE Energy, a.s.; “EPIF”) have announced completion of an intra-group reorganisation as part of which, among other things, EPIF (a wholly-owned subsidiary of EPH) acquired from EPH a 100% interest in EPH Gas Holding B.V., which indirectly (through Seattle Holding B.V. and Slovak Gas Holding B.V.) holds a 49% stake (and management control) in SPP Infrastructure, a.s., the parent company of eustream, a.s. (“Eustream”). more
From 1 April 2016 the interconnection point Budince becomes bidirectional, with entry capacity from Ukraine towards system of Eustream. Maximum daily entry capacity on firm basis in direction from Ukraine is 19 million m3/day. At the IP Budince will be also performed dynamic evaluation of utilization of existing capacities and calculated probability of interruption and resulting monthly additional interruptible capacity might be offered to the market. more
18.3.2016  Gas Industry Day
On Saturday, 19 March 2016, the Slovak gas industry celebrates its 160th anniversary. 160 years ago, in March 1856, 209 gas lamps fuelled with the lighting gas from the municipal gasworks started to illuminate the city streets of Bratislava. This moment can be described as the beginning of gas industry in what is now Slovakia. Since those March days of 1856, Slovak gas industry has gone a long way and transformed into an important energy sector and a key industry. Eustream’s transmission system – one of the most important transmission routes for natural gas to Europe and the European Union, is an integral part of this successful story. more
 

Eustream - the gas crossroads of Central Europe

Our basic mission is to transport natural gas in Slovakia and through Slovakia to the European markets.

To this end, we operate a large-scale high-pressure gas transmission system in the territory of the Slovak Republic. This transmission system represents an important energy link between the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and the European Union.

In other words, we are the main entry gate and the biggest highway for Russian gas in the EU. The business name “Eustream” is intended to reflect this specific role we have.