Most promising pipeline projects

BGS Group continues the series of interviews with speakers of the Transportation Oil and Gas Congress (TOGC 2020). Experts from Elinoil, DESFA, Andrade Gutierrez and Energinet shared their ideas on the hottest issues of the industry: its future, progress, and concerns.
Here's the first question we asked them:

Which 3 pipeline projects do you personally keep an eye on and find the most promising?

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Søren Juel Hansen
Head of Development
Energinet

"Baltic Pipe, Norsdstream II and GIPL."

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José Augusto Gomes Campos
Business Development Director - Power, Oil and Gas
Andrade Gutierrez Engenharia

"Andrade Gutierrez is paying close attention to the Gas market liberalization in Brazil. The recent multi-billion privatizations of TAG and NTS, which represent more than 6,000 km of gas pipelines provides the hint of what is about to come in our market. In a first phase NTS (Brookfield) and TAG (Engie) will invest heavily in the modernization of the existing grid. In a second phase expansion projects will surely enhance transportation capacity as the new gas regulatory framework becomes effective."

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Liapis Nikos
Supply and Operations Director
Elinoil

"For Greece number one pipeline project is Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), as it comes to its final construction phase."

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Stamatia Papadopoulou
Head of Integrity & Risks Section
DESFA SA

"The Greek National Natural Gas Transmission System infrastructures and TAP project."

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