TAP: one step closer to Europe's Southern Gas Corridor

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Report summary

The Shah Deniz consortium, Azerbaijan, has chosen the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) to transport its Phase 2 gas to Europe. TAP's greater commercial attractiveness has been preferred over the strategic benefits of the rival Nabucco West proposal. TAP will initially deliver 10 bcm per annum to Italy via Greece and Albania.

Table of contents

  • A commercial decision
  • Implications and next steps

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  • TAP key facts


  • Southern Corridor route

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