Pan European Oil Pipeline - PEOP

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Summary Information

  • Source: Constantza, Romania
  • Destination: Trieste, Italy
  • Ownership: JANAF from Croatia, CONPET and OIL TERMINAL from Romania and TRANSNAFTA from Serbia
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  • Length: 1,320 kilometres ( miles)
  • Capacity: barrels of oil per day
  • Crude Type: Kazahk

Brief Description

  • Alternatively known as the Constanta Trieste Oil Pipeline or Pan European Oil Pipeline
  • A project to build a pipeline for transportation of crude oil from Caspian and Black Sea Region, starting from Romanian port of Constantza, further through Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia to Trieste in Italy
  • The pipeline would be connected with TAL – Trans Alpine Pipeline in Trieste, as well as fulfilling the needs of refineries in the five countries where it is passing through.


  • Hill International: evaluating transport capacity and the use of existing transit facilities, examining legal and environmental issues relating to the project, preparing cost and economic analyses, making recommendations on a route for the new pipeline, and developing a project execution plan.

Pipeline Status

  • Project Cancelled


  • 2004 - Hill International awarded consulting contract
  • 2007 - Ministerial Declaration on PEOP was signed
  • 2008 - The Shareholders Agreement was signed in Bucharest

Other Information

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  1. Pan European Oil Pipeline - PEOP, Transnafta
  2. Presentation Sheet of the Investment Project, Pan European Oil Pipeline ( PEOP)
  3. Hill International Awarded Contract to Advise on Design and Construction of the South East European Pipeline
  4. PEOP Shareholders Agreement signed
  5. Shareholders Meeting of PEOP Project

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