Corinth Pipeworks Wins Contract To Supply Steel Pipes For Gustorzyn - Wronow Gas Pipeline

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Corinth Pipeworks Wins Contract To Supply Steel Pipes For Gustorzyn - Wronow Gas Pipeline

Fri, 11/26/2021 - 09:44
Steel pipes (© Shutterstock/khan3145)
Steel pipes (© Shutterstock/khan3145)

A polish gas transmission operator GAZ-SYSTEM SA awarded Corinth Pipeworks a contract to supply enough steel pipes for the Gustorzyn - Wronow gas pipeline. The project will involve 80 kilometers of coated steel pipelines.

The Corinth Pipeworks project proposal won the contract amidst the international and local competitors since its project proved more advantageous than other companies' proposals.

The company's project is valued at about PLN 217,192,029.00, including quantity and transport tolerance (ca. EUR 47 million).

The project aims to build a high-pressure pipeline connecting Gustorzyn to Wronow, boosting the transmission of a higher volume of gas to Warsaw, Lodz agglomerations, Radom, and its surroundings and extending to Poland's southeastern regions.

According to reports, the manufacturing and coating of the steel pipes will be done in Corinth Pipework's facilities in Greece, with deliveries to Poland scheduled to take place between April and August 2022.

About Gas Transmission Operator GAZ-SYSTEM S.A.
Gas Transmission Operator GAZ-SYSTEM S.A is Poland's strategic energy and economy security, primarily tasked with transporting gas through the transmission network built throughout the country, supplying gas to the distribution networks and customers connected to the gas transmission networks.

About Corinth Pipeworks (CPW)
Corinth Pipeworks (CPW) is a steel pipe segment of Cenergy Holdings, known for its global leadership in manufacturing steel pipes for the global construction and energy sector. The company has successfully executed projects in more than 45 countries.

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