27 November 2018
Earlier this month, TAP and the Trans Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP) successfully completed their connection with the final “golden weld”, which physically connected the two pipelines. This marks another significant milestone in the completion of the Southern Gas Corridor (SGC).
14 November 2018
TAP signed a Letter of Intent, marking the final stages of negotiation of the Maintenance Agreement talks between TAP and Albgaz Sh.a and Snam S.p.a. – a joint venture that will establish a special purpose entity to act as the maintenance service provider for the Trans Adriatic Pipeline on the territory of Albania.
7 November 2018
In collaboration with the NGO Ilitominon, a significant donation has been finalised to the Hippokration General Hospital in Thessaloniki – the first hospital in Northern Greece to establish a Human Milk Bank, which is crucial for the well-being of premature or critically ill infants, while also supporting mothers who are having difficulties with breastfeeding.
19 October 2018
On 19 October 2018, TAP marked the start of construction works for the 105km offshore pipeline section. The physical offshore pipeline installation is planned to be carried out in 2019, as per TAP’s schedule.The milestone was celebrated in a ceremony attended by Edi Rama, the Prime Minister of Albania, Damian Gjiknuri, the Minister of Infrastructure and Energy, Armando Subashi, the Mayor of Fier, as well as TAP’s Management.
17 September 2018
TAP has completed another investment as part of its Social and Environmental Investment (SEI) initiatives to support the improvement of the school infrastructure along the pipeline route in Albania. TAP’s investment for the Pobrat school in the Municipality of Ura Vajgurore was approximately 170,000 Euro.
10 September 2018
Archaeological remnants of human activity in Western Macedonia from the Neolithic to the post-Byzantine period have been brought to light in archaeological excavations, carried out in the context of construction works for the TAP. The work has been undertaken by archaeologists employed in the area by the project and monitored by the local Ephorates of Antiquities (of Kozani, Florina and Kastoria), as well as the Ministry of Culture and Sports.