As Rambler reported, the incident took place on July 27. There was a gust on a section of the highway near the Bulgarian-Greek border. After analyzing the situation, the experts concluded that part of the pipeline was completely worn out. It was noted that the gas pipeline was built 30 years ago.
As a result, specialists replaced the damaged section of the pipe, as well as checked the wear resistance of the welded seams near the burst, and blew the gas pipeline. It took two days to complete the necessary work. On July 29, fuel supplies were resumed.
The Greek Ministry of Energy said that the country's energy security was not under threat due to the accident, since during the elimination of the consequences of the incident, Russian gas continued to flow through Turkey.
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