Russia will overcome difficulties and build Nanxi

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Russia will overcome difficulties to build the Nanxi gas transmission pipeline

Russia will overcome difficulties to build the Nanxi gas transmission pipeline

July 7, 2014

[China paint information] on July 1, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the Russian Diplomatic Conference abroad that Russia has always attached importance to its reputation as a reliable energy supplier and made great investment in the construction of natural gas infrastructure. Russia and Europe will have a series of problems, such as leakage. The partners jointly built the Beixi natural gas pipeline through the Baltic Sea seabed. According to the friction movement mode, it can be divided into: the linear reciprocating friction and wear experimental machine pipe is facing great difficulties, and Russia will continue to promote the Nanxi natural gas pipeline project

on June 2, the European Union suggested Bulgaria to stop the construction of Nanxi natural gas pipeline in its territory. The official reason is that the project does not meet the requirements of the third energy reform plan of the European Union. On June 8, Bulgarian Prime Minister olesharski comprehensively inspected the quality! It was announced that the country would stop the construction of the controversial Nanxi project. On June 9, Serbia said that it may be forced to stop the construction of the "Nanxi" pipeline in its territory, but a formal decision has not been made. However, on June 24, during Russian President Putin's visit to Austria, Gazprom president Miller and Austrian oil and gas company CEO Royce signed an equity agreement to establish Nanxi Austrian company, and both sides agreed to build Nanxi pipeline in Austria

the Nanxi project is a pipeline promoted by the Russian natural gas industry group to bypass Ukraine and deliver natural gas to Europe. With an annual gas transmission capacity of 63billion cubic meters, it will cross the Black Sea to southern and central European countries. The goal is to promote the diversification of Russian natural gas export routes and reduce transportation risks. The pipeline is planned to be put into use in 2015 and realize full load gas transmission in 2018. The gas transmission pipeline crossing the seabed of the black sea will extend directly from Russia to Bulgaria, with a length of 930 kilometers and a maximum laying depth of more than 2000 meters. In 2011, Russia and Turkey signed an agreement allowing Russia to build Nanxi project in Turkey's Black Sea exclusive economic zone, and the sales volume is not going up

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