Gas for Europe.

The 480-km-long European Gas Pipeline Link (EUGAL) reliably strengthens the supply of natural gas to Germany and Europe. From the Baltic Sea through Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and as far as Brandenburg, EUGAL runs in two strings; through Saxony and over the border to the Czech Republic, it runs in just one string. The Radeland 2 compressor station in Brandenburg increases the pressure of the gas to then reliably transport it onward.

EUGAL started transporting natural gas on 1 January 2020, after just over two and half years of construction, and has been at its full transport capacity of up to 55 billion m³ of natural per year since 1 April 2021.