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2019 TAP stories

Every day TAP and its contractors engage with hundreds of local communities along the pipeline route in Greece, Albania and Italy. We would like to share some reports about our field work and tell you about our encounters with people we meet. 

 

View from the Outside: “TAP’s investment programme supports social inclusion”

View from the Outside: “TAP’s investment programme supports social inclusion”

25 June 2019

We sat down with Maria Kastanopoulou, President of "ELPIDA" to understand how TAP’s actions have affected the lives of people with disabilities.

TAP Builds Strong Relationships with Local Communities

TAP Builds Strong Relationships with Local Communities

21 June 2019

TAP continues to build strong relationships with the local communities, Malfor Nuri, TAP Country Manager for Albania, highlighted at the International Energy Charter Forum in June 2019.

View from the Outside: “Your contribution brings prosperity & hope”

View from the Outside: “Your contribution brings prosperity & hope”

28 May 2019

TAP has renovated several schools in Albania. We sat down with the principal of the Fuat Babani high-school to understand the impact of this investment on the local community.

TAP Team Cleans Seman Beach in Albania

TAP Team Cleans Seman Beach in Albania

16 May 2019

TAP and the employees of TAP’s contractors in Albania joined forces to clean up the beach close to the pipeline’s landfall in Seman, Fier.

TAP Upgrades Roads in the Agia Eleni Community of Serres, Greece

TAP Upgrades Roads in the Agia Eleni Community of Serres, Greece

24 April 2019

TAP completed another project focusing on the development of local infrastructure: two rural roads –ca. 330m in total– have been asphalted in the Agia Eleni community.

TAP Receives Philanthropy Award for its Contribution to Albania

TAP Receives Philanthropy Award for its Contribution to Albania

27 February 2019

The prize was awarded for TAP’s investment in building a kindergarten in the Pashalli village and a school in Konizbalta, as well as the “Gjon Mili” museum in Korça.