• Beautiful images of TAP Albania

Beautiful images of TAP Albania

18 April 2018

Together with Spiecapag, A.Hak International is building the Albanian segment of the 48" Trans Adriatic Pipeline. This part of the pipeline is 215 km long, about a quarter of the total length of 878 km. The gas transport pipeline starts at the border between Greece and Turkey, where it connects to the Trans Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP). From there it goes to the coast of Albania and then to the Adriatic coast in Italy via an offshore pipeline.

Client TAP AG regularly publishes beautiful film material on its website, including these two time-lapse films:
The entire construction process in a nutshell
Construction work in the Korça region


There are many more films and photos in TAP's media library.

  • news

    River crossings TAP River crossings TAP

    River crossings TAP

    A.Hak is proud of its own equipment that is used in the construction of underground infrastructure all over the world. Our machines demand a leading role on film material from the TAP project.

  • news

    One million man hours without LTIs One million man hours without LTIs

    One million man hours without LTIs

    A.Hak is working on the construction of a pipeline for Saudi Aramco in the Kingdom of Saudi-Arabia. This week the million man hour mark was reached without a single LTI (lost time incident).

  • projects

    Heat transfer pipeline under water Heat transfer pipeline under water

    Heat transfer pipeline under water

    Several A-Hak companies have contributed to the realization of a double heat transport pipeline. The pipeline makes it possible to use waste heat from two plants in the heating of a residential area.

  • news

    A.Hak implements Forward Integration A.Hak implements Forward Integration

    A.Hak implements Forward Integration

    Forward Integration for Contractors (abbreviated in Dutch as VIA), changes the way in which projects for Dutch gas giant Gasunie are carried out.