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Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary

Located 180 km away from Budapest, the Hugarian company, Natural Gas Transmission (FGSZ) controls the interconnection of pipelines between Hungary and Croatia. This report offers an insight into the site and facilities of FGSZ.
 Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary
Hungarian staffs of the Natural Gas Transmission Company (FGSZ) check turbines in the ...
Reference: P-021794
Date: 23/04/2012
 Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary
FGSZ staff member checking the cooling system
Reference: P-021794
Date: 23/04/2012
 Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary
FGSZ staff member checking the cooling system
Reference: P-021794
Date: 23/04/2012
 Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary
FGSZ staff member checking the cooling system
Reference: P-021794
Date: 23/04/2012
 Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary
The turbine of the compressor in the Hungarian-Croatian Interconnector Gas Pipeline ...
Reference: P-021794
Date: 23/04/2012
 Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary
Elevated view of Gas Pipeline compressor station
Reference: P-021794
Date: 23/04/2012
 Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary
FGSZ staff member controling the turbine of the compressor at the Hungarian-Croatian ...
Reference: P-021794
Date: 23/04/2012
 Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary
View of Gas Pipeline compressor station
Reference: P-021794
Date: 23/04/2012
 Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary
Elevated view of Gas Pipeline compressor station
Reference: P-021794
Date: 23/04/2012
 Bata Natural Gas Transmission Company in Hungary
FGSZ staff member checking the cooling system
Reference: P-021794
Date: 23/04/2012

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