Wingas starts new German gas import link

Germany's Wingas joint venture, owned 65% by Wintershall AG, Kassel, and 35% by Russia's GAO Gazprom, began work on the second phase of the North Jagal pipeline. The Jamal Gas Anbindungsleiting (Jagal) gas network is being built to carry gas delivered from the Yamal region in western Siberia to customers in the former East Germany and to the main German gas grid. The North Jagal section will be a 336-km, 1,200-mm pipeline that extends southwest from the Polish border near Frankfurt an der Oder to link up with the Stegal trunkline at Rückersdorf (See map [144,724 bytes]). At the end of 1997, Wingas completed construction of a 111-km section of the Jagal line from...

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