Laying the offshore pipeline on the seabed of the Gulf of Finland began on 20 May 2019 in Inkoo, marking a new phase in the Balticconnector project. The pipe laying, which was started on the Finnish end, progressed efficiently thanks to favourable conditions, with the end of the pipeline laid on the seabed on 14 […]
Balticconnector’s onshore pipeline running from Pölans in Siuntio to Fjusö in Inkoo has been welded together and lowered in the excavated trench. The work on the pipeline route started with tree removals in winter 2018 and continued with excavation work in June 2018. At the moment, the work is progressing with finishing work on the […]
The pipe laying work of Balticconnector’s offshore pipeline has proceeded according to schedule, with a total of 34 km of pipe laid already. The pipelay vessel Lorelay, owned by the Dutch company Allseas, commenced the work on 20 May in Inkoo and is advancing 2–3 kilometres per day towards Paldiski in Estonia. The length of […]
Pipeline installation of the offshore part of Balticconnector, the Estonian-Finnish gas interconnection, will begin today. In 2018 all preparatory offshore works were completed, and the seabed is now ready for the pipeline to be installed.
With reference to the capacity at disposal in 2020 announced by the market participants, that is based on that Finland’s compression station and offshore pipeline will be ready on time by the end of this year.
Preparatory work for the offshore pipeline of the Balticconnector project was completed in March.
The main equipment have been delivered on Thursday 28 March 2019 to the Balticconnector project compression station in Inkoo. The equipment includes a compressor unit and its auxiliaries. Equipment installation has started and will be completed in April 2019. After that, installation work will continue with the installation of pipelines and cables related to the equipment.
The agreement negotiations lead by Baltic Connector Oy had concluded into agreement signing on February 14, 2019 with the gas transmission system operators (TSOs) of Finland, Estonia and Latvia. According the agreement, the gas transmission tariffs will be removed from interconnection points between the countries. Furthermore, the agreement foresees that the gas can be transported […]
To support the goals of the EU’s Energy Union, a decision was made in 2018 to open the Finnish gas market on 1 January 2020. The decision has led to reformations in the natural gas legislation, which affect arranging the current natural gas transmission network and sales and in organising the ownership of Baltic Connector […]
It is time to wrap up and view what happened in our Balticconnector project in 2018.