Ukrainian, Romanian Gas Grid Operators Sign Key Interconnection Agreement

The newly created Ukrainian gas grid operator GTSO and its Romanian counterpart Transgaz on Wednesday signed a new interconnection agreement that will allow for gas to flow from Romania northward to Ukraine and Moldova at the Isaccea-Orlovka interconnection point from January 1.

The agreement allows all suppliers to transport gas “without any difficulty” via a new supply route — from southern Europe and Turkey via Bulgaria and Romania to Ukraine and further to Moldova, GTSO said in a statement.

Starting from January 1, capacity will be made available at the…

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