MOL to launch deliveries through Friendship pipeline

Energy Trade

Crude deliveries through a stretch of the Friendship I pipeline, which has undergone an $80 mln renovation, will start next week, Hungarian news agency MTI reported yesterday.

Hungarian oil and gas company MOL confirmed it had informed the national mining authority the deliveries would start flowing through the pipeline as of next week.

The renovation of the 128km-long stretch, which began in early 2014, will increase bidirectional cross-border capacity between Hungary and Slovakia to an annual 6 mln tons.

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