9 December 2011
Cooperation agreement with the Albanian Immovable Property Registration Office enables TAP to establish, enhance and update cadastral data within TAP’s pipeline corridor in Albania.
TAP and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Energy of Albania launch Host Government Agreement negotiations
23 November 2011
The HGA will define legal framework for development, construction and operation of pipeline.
28 October 2011
On 27 October, the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) hosted the South Eastern Europe Gas Forum in Brussels attracting more than 80 participants from businesses, governments and the European institutions to discuss improving gas supply in the region, the market and growth opportunities.
27 October 2011
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline today hosted the first South Eastern Europe Gas Forum in Brussels, focussing on the potential growth and demand for gas in the region.
17 October 2011
On the 27th October TAP will be hosting the South Eastern Europe Gas Forum in Brussels with participation of Günther Oettinger, EU Energy Commissioner, representatives of SEE governments and European energy companies.
3 October 2011
On Saturday, 1st of October 2011, we submitted our proposal to transport 10 billion cubic metres of gas a year from the giant Shah Deniz II field in Azerbaijan to the energy markets of Europe.
3 October 2011
As the 1st October deadline was approaching, TAP project team members in Switzerland, Greece, Albania, Italy and Brussels applied the finishing touches to TAP’s submission for the Request for Information to the Shah Deniz Consortium.
28 September 2011
TAP moves closer to finalizing its Environmental and Social Impact Assessment process in Greece, submits PEIA to Greek Ministry of Environment
27 September 2011
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG and the Slovenian transmission system operator Geoplin plinovodi d.o.o. have signed a Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation (MOUC) to support the development of natural gas markets in South East Europe (SEE) and to enhance security of supply in this region.
15 September 2011
TAP has submitted its application for the construction of an Independent Natural Gas System (INGS) to RAE, the Greek Regulatory Authority for energy.
8 September 2011
Key step towards obtaining the final permits and authorizations for construction and operation of TAP’s gas pipeline in Italy.
7 September 2011
TPA will allow TAP to enter into long term ship-or-pay Gas Transportation Agreements with the shippers of Shah Deniz II gas.
9 August 2011
Further to the Financial Times article published on 8 August 2011, TAP confirms it has extended the pipeline route by 300 km from Thessaloniki to Komotini in Greece.
21 July 2011
The focus of the agreement is on exploring possibilities for connecting the Ionian Adriatic Pipeline, a major regional natural gas project, to the TAP Pipeline system at a tie-in point near Fier in Albania
7 June 2011
Scoping Report on the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment is submitted to the Greek authorities and available for public to comment.
6 June 2011
In June TAP will meet with communities in the towns and villages in the prefectures of Korçe, Berat and Fier.
20 May 2011
TAP and the Ministry of Economy of Montenegro have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation (MOUC) to explore opportunities for developing natural gas markets and enhancing supply diversity in South East Europe (SEE).
16 May 2011
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) announced today that it has commenced the project’s formal Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) process in Italy. The submission of its Scoping Report to the Italian authorities follows a similar move in Albania last month.
11 May 2011
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28 April 2011
EGL (TAP's shareholder) signed this week a memorandum of understanding in Ankara with Botas, a Turkish state-owned enterprise with activities in the area of oil and natural gas transport.
11 April 2011
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline begins the formal Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) process, with the submission of the Scoping Report. The document was presented to the Albanian national and regional authorities, as well as to more than 100 other relevant stakeholders. It meets the Best Practice Guidelines laid down by the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
6 April 2011
TAP and the Bosnian natural gas system operator BH-Gas have signed a Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation (MOUC) to explore opportunities for developing natural gas markets and enhancing supply diversity in South East Europe (SEE).
28 March 2011
TAP finalizes route refinement study of the pipeline section between Thessaloniki and the Greek-Albanian border. More than 50 national and international experts conducted comprehensive and detailed studies of a 50 km wide corridor. Three extensive field missions were organised in northern Greece to identify geological, environmental and cultural heritage constraints as well as safety and social concerns.
16 March 2011
TAP hosts a seminar in the European Parliament in Brussels on the issues of the Southern Gas Corridor development and TAP’s contribution towards its realisation. This event is organized with the support of the Italian Members of the Parliament Patrizia Toia and Amalia Sartori. The participants of the seminar will include Italian MEPs, representatives of various Italian institutions and Italian industry associations in Brussels.
25 February 2011
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG and Plinacro Ltd., a natural gas transmission system operator in Croatia, announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation (MOUC) aimed at encouraging the development of natural gas markets in South East Europe (SEE).
26 January 2011
Message from Kjetil Tungland, Managing Director of TAP. "It will be a momentous year, with critically important decisions due to be made that will not only determine the future of TAP and other pipeline projects in the Southern Gas Corridor, but will also have a profound and lasting impact on Europe’s energy security."
14 January 2011
Kjetil Tungland, Managing Director for TAP said: "This is a constructive development which reiterates the European Union's commitment to the creation of the Southern Gas Corridor and equal treatment for all pipeline projects. TAP fully supports the EU’s security of supply ambitions in this regard."