GASCADE NEWS.

Here you can find our current press releases. Please see also the german language section.

15 January 2020 | The employees at the transmission system operator GASCADE are providing a hopeful start to the new year by donating a total of 5,000 euros to the charitable associations “Soziale Hilfe” (Social Help) and “Kleine Riesen”. Both aid organizations will each receive 2,500 euros.
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20 December 2019 | After just around one and half years of construction, the first string of the European Gas Pipeline Link EUGAL is now complete. It will be ready to transport gas from 1 January 2020.
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29 November 2019 | The first pipeline string of the European Gas Pipeline Link (EUGAL) will be filled with gas starting next Monday, 2 December 2019.
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15 November 2019 | The first string of EUGAL is in the ground. The final technical tests of the around 480-kilometer-long pipeline have now also been completed.
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4 November 2019 | To prepare for further checks, excess air will be discharged at the valve stations along the EUGAL.
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25 October 2019 | GASCADE is enhancing user-friendliness and implementing new transparency requirements
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17 October 2019 | On 1 April 2020, Gasunie Deutschland Transport Services GmbH, Gastransport Nord GmbH, and GASCADE will set up Virtual Interconnection Points for gas transport between the GASPOOL and the TTF market area.
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18 July 2019 | In view of the situation regarding the Schwarze Elster river, GASCADE is still in discussions with the public authorities and ready to take action.
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15 July 2019 | GASCADE requires around 850,000 MWh of natural gas to fill the European Gas Pipeline Link (EUGAL) for the first time in December 2019. Natural gas traders can take part in an invitation to tender for the sale and supply of natural gas.
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3 July 2019 | On behalf of all fractional owners of the EUGAL, GASCADE will submit a request for a single exemption from the obligation to enable permanent physical capacity to transport gas in both directions (‘bi-directional capacity’) on all interconnections between Member States.
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