Comparative analysis of the price of the works for the construction of the South Stream pipeline through Serbia, including the construction of two compressor stations.
South Stream was conceived as a pipeline project to transport natural gas of the Russian Federation through the Black Sea to Bulgaria and through Serbia, Hungary and Slovenia further to Austria.
The offshore pipeline was planned to carry 63 billion cubic metres (2.2 trillion cubic feet) of natural gas per year. It would have four parallel lines with capacity of 15.75 billion cubic metres (556 billion cubic feet) each.
Pipeline sections in Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, and Slovenia would have capacity of at least 10 billion cubic metres (350 billion cubic feet) per year.
Proposed route of South Stream