Transgaz Wants To See EU Funds First Before Starting Work On Pipeline To Austria, Bulgaria And Hungary

08.27.2015 By Radu Bostan

Romania’s natural gas grid operator Transgaz (TGN.RO) plans to invest EUR200 million next year but the decision to begin work on its projects depends on it securing the co-financing from the EU for the pipeline linking Austria and Hungary to the Black Sea gas.

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