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Eustream announced Open Season

SLOVAKIA’S main gas pipeline operator Eustream announced the Open Season procedure for the increased interruptible capacity at Budince interconnection point, in order to transparently offer such capacity, the company informed in a press release sent to media on November 4.

SLOVAKIA’S main gas pipeline operator Eustream announced the Open Season procedure for the increased interruptible capacity at Budince interconnection point, in order to transparently offer such capacity, the company informed in a press release sent to media on November 4.

Eustream is providing additional pipeline capacity of 4.5 million cubic meters per day, i.e. 46,800 MWh, in response to the technical measures taken at the Ukrainian side that increased the capacity of the Vojany-Uzhgorod pipeline.

In order to participate in the Open Season procedure, interested parties may register with Eustream between November 4 and 17. Binding requests for transmission capacity may be submitted until November 19, the press release reads.

The capacity offered within the Open Season procedure will be available to the successful participants as of January 1, 2015.

Until January 1, 2015, the additional capacity of the same size will also be available to all interested parties. It will be published on the company’s website as of November 5 noon and will allow the interested parties to book it in line with standard conditions defined in the Operational Order of Eustream, according to the press release.

Source: Eustream press release

Compiled by Radka Minarechová from press reports

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