29 August 2016
TAP welcomes the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the Ionian Adriatic Pipeline (IAP) by Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Socar. "TAP remains committed to facilitating connections to key gas infrastructure in the region, including the Ionian Adriatic Pipeline and the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB),” said TAP Managing Director Ian Bradshaw.
7 July 2016
TAP will provide 200,000 Euro to support projects of associations and non-profit organisations. TAPstart is the first TAP community investment programme in Melendugno aimed to improve the quality of life through cultural, social and environmental projects.
21 June 2016
TAP has selected Himachal Futuristic Communications Ltd. (HFCL) for the supply and delivery of approximately 1,550 kilometres fibre optic cable. This will facilitate bi-directional communication feed from the pipeline and associated assets, such as compressor and block valve stations, to the supervisory control centre.
8 June 2016
The Greek Ministry of Environment and Energy has announced that it has granted TAP its Installation Permit for Greece. Together with the Installation Act, secured in January 2016, the Installation Permit allows the pipeline construction activities in Greece to start in line with the project schedule.
2 June 2016
TAP AG is the Sponsor of the Road Safety Seminars, a programme organised and implemented by the Hellenic Institute of Transport (ΙΜΕΤ/ΕΚΕΤΑ), at the Prefectures of Western Macedonia, Central Macedonia and Eastern Macedonia-Thrace. Honouring its commitment to comply with internationally recognised health and safety standards and to promote best practices, TAP undertakes educational initiatives regarding safety-related behaviours.
24 May 2016
Greece. The first deliveries of steel line pipes and bends, to be used in the construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) AG section traversing Greece, have started arriving at the ports of Thessaloniki and Kavala.