Gas interconnector between Hungary and Slovakia to start in 2015
The test operation of the gas interconnector between the Hungarian and Slovak networks has been delayed, business daily Napi Gazdaság said today.
State-owned Hungarian Electricity Works (MVM), which coordinated the construction of the pipeline, did not explain the delay. This, however, will not affect the pipeline’s commercial operation which is due to start at the beginning of next year, MVM said.
The test operation was initially scheduled for July. The interconnector is111 kmlong and its building cost totalled EUR 150 mln.
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