Plinacro is a natural gas transmission system operator in Croatia. Plinacro was founded on 1 February 2001 as a subsidiary of INA. Since March 2002, Plinacro is a fully state-owned company. Plinacro operates 2,548.66 kilometres (1,583.66 mi) of high pressure gas pipelines. On 3 March 2009, Plinacro signed an agreement with FGSZ Zrt, a subsidiary of MOL Group, to build a 294-kilometre-long (183 mi) 6.5 billion cubic metres (230 billion cubic feet) natural gas interconnector between Croatia and Hungary, which would allow two-way shipments after the Adria LNG terminal is built on the island of Krk. Plinacro was also invited to the consortium building Adria LNG terminal. After failure of Adria LNG terminal, Plinacro participated in LNG Hrvatska project where they own 16% of stocks. More information...

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