South Stream

South Stream (Russian: Южный Поток, Bulgarian: Южен поток, Serbian: Jужни ток/Južni tok, Hungarian: Déli Áramlat, Slovene: Južni tok) is a proposed gas pipeline to transport Russian natural gas through the Black Sea to Bulgaria and further to Greece, Italy and Austria. The project is seen as rival to the planned Nabucco pipeline. Construction started in December 2012, with a first commercial deliveries in late 2015.

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Nabucco Pipeline - Alternative Projects
... Main competitor for the original project was South Stream ... pipeline, that would involve constructing a second section of the Blue Stream pipeline beneath the Black Sea to Turkey, and extending this up through Bulgaria and Serbia to western Hungary ... In 2007, instead the South Stream project through Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary and Slovenia to Austria and Italy was proposed ...
Nabucco Pipeline - Controversial Aspects - Economic and Political Aspects
... The Nabucco pipeline will supply only a limited number of countries in South-East and Central Europe ... Asia – China gas pipeline and the agreements to build the South Stream pipeline has been seen as the end of Nabucco project ... the Nabucco pipeline would be cheaper than through South Stream or other alternative pipelines ...
South Stream - See Also
... Energy portal Russia portal Engineering portal Transport portal Economy portal Blue Stream Nord Stream Trans-Adriatic Pipeline Turkey-Greece pipeline Greece-Italy ...

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