South European Pipeline
The South European Pipeline (also known as Lavera–Karlsruhe pipeline; French: Pipeline sud-européen) is a crude oil pipeline system in France, Switzerland, and Germany. It is built and operated b...
Druzhba pipeline
The Druzhba pipeline (Russian: нефтепровод «Дружба»; also has been referred to as the Friendship Pipeline and the Comecon Pipeline) is the world's longest oil pipeline and in fact one of the bigge...
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Trans Europa Naturgas Pipeline
The Trans Europa Naturgas Pipeline (TENP) is a natural gas pipeline which runs from the German-Netherlands border to the German-Swiss border. It carries North Sea natural gas from the Netherlands to ...
OPAL pipeline
The OPAL (Ostsee-Pipeline-Anbindungsleitung) is a natural gas pipeline in Germany alongside the German eastern border. The OPAL pipeline is one of two projected pipelines connecting the Nord Stream p...
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South German natural gas pipeline
South German natural gas pipeline (German: Süddeutsche Erdgasleitung (SEL)) was a planned 500-kilometre (310 mi) long German natural gas pipeline with a diameter of 1200 mm, which was pl...
Ingolstadt–Kralupy–Litvínov pipeline
The Ingolstadt–Kralupy–Litvínov pipeline (also known as IKL pipeline and MERO pipeline) is a crude oil pipeline in Central Europe. It allows the transport of crude oil from Germany to the Czech oil re...
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Netra
Netra (Norddeutsche Erdgas Transversale) is a 408 kilometres (254 mi) long natural gas pipeline system in Germany, which runs from the Emden and Dornum natural gas receiving facilities at the coa...
NEL pipeline
The NEL (Nordeuropäische Erdgasleitung, English: Northern European natural gas pipeline, formerly known as Norddeutsche Erdgasleitung) is a 440 kilometres (270 mi) long natural gas pipeline in Ge...
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Transalpine Pipeline
The Transalpine Pipeline (TAL) is a crude oil pipeline, which connects Italy, Austria and Germany.
The feasibility study of the pipeline was carried out by Bechtel in 1963. The pipeline was commis...
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Europipe I
Europipe I is a 670-kilometre (420 mi) long natural gas pipeline from the North Sea to Continental Europe.
The feasibility study of the pipeline's project was conducted in 1990. On 20 April ...
United Schleenhain coal mine
The United Schleenhain Coal Mine is a coal mine located in Saxony. The mine has coal reserves amounting to 415 million tonnes of lignite, one of the largest coal reserves in Europe and the world and h...
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German tanker Altmark
Altmark was a German oil tanker and supply vessel, one of five of a class built between 1937 and 1939. She is best known for her support of the German commerce raider, the "pocket battleship" Admiral ...
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Europipe II
Europipe II is a natural gas pipeline from the Kårstø processing plant north of Stavanger to a receiving terminal at Dornum in Germany. It came on stream on 1 October 1999.
The starts from Kårstø ...
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STEGAL
STEGAL (Sachsen-Thüringen-Erdgas-Anbindungsleitung) is a natural gas pipeline in Saxony and Thuringia, Germany. It connects the Czech Transgas pipeline at Olbernhau and the JAGAL pipeline (exporting ...
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Luisenthal Mine
The Luisenthal Mine was a coal mine in near Völklingen, Germany.
On February 7, a methane explosion occurred after the opening of a methane-containing cavern in the Alsbach field. This triggered a...
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Central Europe Pipeline System
The Central Europe Pipeline System (alternatively Central European Pipeline System), or CEPS for short, is one of several NATO Pipeline Systems and is used to deliver fuel for air and ground vehicles ...
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Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex
The Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex (German Zeche Zollverein) is a large former industrial site in the city of Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It has been inscribed into the UNESCO lis...
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Profen coal mine
The Profen Coal Mine is a coal mine located in Saxony-Anhalt. The mine has coal reserves amounting to 115 million tonnes of lignite, one of the largest coal reserves in Europe and the world and has an...
MIDAL
MIDAL (Mitte-Deutschland-Anbindungsleitung) is a 702 kilometres (436 mi) long German natural gas pipeline, which connects the North Sea with southern Germany. It runs from Bunde, where it is con...
MEGAL pipeline
The MEGAL pipeline (German: Mittel-Europäische-Gasleitung) is a major natural gas pipeline system in southern Germany. It transports natural gas from the Czech–German and Austrian–German borders t...
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Norpipe
Norpipe is the undersea oil and natural gas pipelines system in the North Sea. It supplies oil from the Norwegian Ekofisk and associated fields in the North Sea to the United Kingdom and natural gas ...
Rehden–Hamburg gas pipeline
Rehden–Hamburg gas pipeline (RHG) is a 132 kilometres (82 mi) long branch of MIDAL pipeline with diameter of 800 millimetres (31 in) to supply Hamburg area with natural gas. The pipeline wa...
Zollern II/IV Colliery
The Zeche Zollern II/IV (translated: Zollern II/IV Colliery) is located in the northwestern suburb of Bövinghausen of Dortmund, Germany. The Gelsenkirchener Bergwerks-AG projected Zollern in 1898 as a...
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