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NATURAL GAS SUPPLY PROJECTS FOR EUROPE – SOUTH STREAM AND NABUCCO

Domagoj Sučić
Daria Karasalihović Sedlar
Lidia Hrnčević


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Sažetak

South Stream and Nabucco are planned southern corridor projects
for natural gas supply to Europe. South Stream is a Russian construction
project of the gas pipeline with the capacity of 63 bcm of natural gas per
year. It will connect Russia with Austria through Black Sea, Bulgaria,
Serbia and Hungary, and with southern Italy through Greece and Ionian
Sea, respectively. Nabucco is a European Union planned gas pipeline
with the capacity of 31 bcm per year. If built, it will connect Caspian
Region and Middle East with Austria through Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania
and Hungary. Gas sources for South Stream pipeline are known and
available, however it’s construction will be expensive. Nabucco gas
pipeline construction costs will be two times less, but the unresolved
political relations and non-existent infrastructure have caused it to have
no available gas sources at the moment. Countries like Bulgaria and
Hungary are involved with both projects, indicating the importance of
both projects. In this paper SWOT analysis of the proposed projects was
done and it has shown that there is a great chance Nabucco won’t be
built if South Stream materializes first.

Ključne riječi

South Stream, Nabucco, natural gas supply

Hrčak ID:

75110

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/75110

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