News & Releases

Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) — 30 Sep 2009

In the course of work on FEED, coordinated by Trans-Balkan Pipeline B.V. (TBP) and performed by the FEED developer ILF Beratende Ingenieure GmbH (ILF), it was decided that the final package should be broken up into five consecutively developed sections.

Official Launch of the Multilingual Website of Trans-Balkan Pipeline B.V. — 12 Aug 2009

Trans-Balkan Pipeline B.V. has the pleasure to announce the official launch of the multilingual version of the Company’s website. The site is now available in English, Russian, Bulgarian and Greek at www.tbpipeline.com.

Some improvements and new features have also been integrated to ensure best performance and browsing experience.

Public Consultations on the Burgas-Alexandroupolis Project Were Held in Six Municipalities — 02 Jun 2009

The project company Trans-Balkan Pipeline B.V. (TBP), which will be building the  Burgas-Alexandroupolis pipeline, held public discussions in all municipalities along the route of the future oil pipeline.

Representatives of the Public of Burgas And Alexandroupolis Visit CPC Facilities in Novorossiysk — 01 Jun 2009

Within the framework of the Project to build the Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline, on May 28, 2009, Trans-Balkan Pipeline B.V. (TBP) with the assistance of Transneft and the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) arranged a visit to the CPC Marine Terminal and Tank Farm in Novorossiysk, on the Russian Black Sea Coast, for representatives of the public and media from Bulgaria and Greece.

Trans-Balkan Pipeline B.V. is Arranging a Visit to CPC Facilities in Novorossiysk for Representatives of the Public of Burgas and Alexandroupolis — 20 May 2009

Within the framework of the Project to build the Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline, on May 28, 2009, Trans-Balkan Pipeline B.V. (TBP) is arranging a visit to the Marine Terminal and Tank Farm of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) in Novorossiysk, on the Russian Black Sea Coast, for representatives of the public and media from Bulgaria and Greece.