- Source: Hora Svaté Kateřiny, Czech Republic
- Destination: Waidhaus, Germany
- Ownership: Net4Gas
- Website: http://www.net4gas.cz/
- Length: 166 kilometres (103 miles)
- Capacity: 30-33 bil. m3 per annum
- The total length of the pipeline is 166 kilometres. Its major purpose is transit of natural gas to Germany and providing domestic consumption of Czech Republic.
- The gas will flow from Russia to Greifswald, Germany, and, further, through the OPAL gas pipeline to the German-Czech border, to the municipality of Brandov. The first interconnection with NET4GAS’s gas system is supposed to be made at the Hora Svaté Kateřiny border station.
- Gas will mostly flow in the direction of the Czech Republic and, further, to Germany. Nevertheless, the operation has been designed as bidirectional.
- In operation
- 2010 - The construction of the Gazelle Pipeline started
- 2013 - Pipeline completed
- The pipeline will also be connected to OPAL, which is part of the [Nordstream Gas Pipeline] project.
- The construction of pipelines and depositories is being co-financed by the EU. The RWE Gas Storage company will get EUR 35 million of European taxpayers' money to enlarge the depositories in the Czech Republic
- Project Webpage
- Wikipedia Page
- Gazela continues according to the plan
- Czechs to build new pipelines amid gas crisis fears
- The Gazelle gas pipeline commissioned in the Czech Republic