Initial analysis supports the feasibility of the Central European Hydrogen Corridor

The pre-feasibility study indicates that it is technically feasible to transport 120 GWh of hydrogen per day or 1.3 million tonnes per year through Central Europe by 2030 – mainly based on existing infrastructure


GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. and eustream, a.s. herby informs that the Poland – Slovakia Gas Interconnector is ready to start the commercial operation

The capacity of the new interconnection point on the border between Poland and Slovakia – IP Vyrava PL-SK (EIC21Z6035937275964) will be available from the gas day starting on November 12, 6:00 a.m., with the first daily auction to be held on Friday, November 11.


Joint initiative by gas TSOs Bulgartransgaz, Transgaz, FGSZ and Eustream

The gas transmission operators of Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Slovakia propose an initiative for natural gas transport through the integrated gas transmission networks. Bulgartransgaz, Transgaz, FGSZ and Eustream propose joint action regarding the expansion of the cooperation between the European Union and Azerbaijan by transporting additional natural gas quantities through their existing networks. The gas transmission operators will continue to work within the framework of the EU-Azerbaijan strategic cooperation agreement signed on 18 July 2022. The TSOs have submitted to the EC their joint proposal, highlighting the significant opportunities and benefits from its implementation to EU’s energy priorities.


Construction of Poland – Slovakia Gas Interconnector completed

On 26 August this year, a ceremony was held in Strachocina, Poland, to mark the end of construction of a new gas connection between Poland and Slovakia. The planned start date for commercial operation of this interconnector is October 2022. Representatives of the Government of the Republic of Poland and the Government of the Slovak Republic were present at the ceremony in Strachocina.


CEE gas TSOs cooperate on the development of a regional hydrogen grid

In recognition of the green energy transition and the European Union’s emission reduction goals, four Central-European natural gas TSOs (Transgaz of Romania, GAZ-SYSTEM of Poland, EUSTREAM of Slovakia, and FGSZ of Hungary) agreed on a strategic partnership to explore the possibilities of decarbonising their operation, transporting green gases and investigating the potentials in CO2 transmission. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed in Budapest today.