25 November 2016
Six months after inaugurating the construction of the TAP in an official ceremony held in Thessaloniki, on Friday 25 November, the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras visited the project’s works currently under way in Alexandroupoli. The Prime Minister was welcomed on site by Ian Bradshaw, TAP Managing Director, Rikard Scoufias, Country Manager for Greece, and Ulrike Andres, Commercial & External Affairs Director.
27 October 2016
TAP launched an internship programme for young graduate students interested in gaining experience from one of the most important energy projects in Europe. The four-month internships will provide hands-on exposure to the project’s key departments, as well as the opportunity to work with international experts and start building a career network.
25 October 2016
Greece. Implementing its commitment to protecting Greek tradition and cultural heritage, TAP has announced that its EPC contractors are currently employing more than 40 local archaeologists and archaeological workers in their construction sites, while 70 more are about to be employed in the near future.
1 October 2016
TAP finalised the reconstruction of a double lane bridge in the city of Çorovoda, which will improve transport infrastructure as well as access to the main hospital in the city. It will also facilitate access to the Osumi Canyon and other touristic sights in this part of Albania. The inauguration ceremony culminated with the unveiling of a recognition plaque.
30 September 2016
The occasion was marked by an inauguration ceremony near the town of Fier, attended by the Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama, Minister of Energy and Industry, Damian Gjiknuri, and TAP Managing Director, Ian Bradshaw. As one of the largest foreign investments in the country, TAP will have a positive impact on the country’s energy sector and will help encourage other foreign investments, Prime Minister Rama and Energy Minister Gjiknuri emphasised.
20 September 2016
Ulrike has held a number of management roles at a senior level in the oil and gas industry and joins TAP from the Transalpine Pipeline Group – Europe’s largest pipeline company transporting crude oil from Trieste to eight central European refineries – where she was President and Chief Executive Officer for more than five years.