News2022-04-12T20:46:41+00:00

Emergency drill for underground propylene pipelines

Pipelink organised an emergency drill on one of its underground propylene pipelines in November 2023 in collaboration with the City of Antwerp's Emergency Planning Department. During the drill, a leak was simulated in a propylene pipeline, at a location [...]

North Sea Port becomes second Pipelink shareholder for international pipeline projects

Cooperation between Port of Antwerp-Bruges and Norh Sea Port to accelerate energy transition North Sea Port is to become a minority shareholder in Pipelink, currently a wholly owned subsidiary of Port of Antwerp-Bruges. This new partnership will develop [...]

December 18th, 2023|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |

“Fluxys C-Grid”: Fluxys Belgium, Pipelink, Socofé and SFPIM join forces to create a CO2 network operator

"Fluxys C-Grid”: Fluxys Belgium, Pipelink, Socofé and SFPIM join forces to create a CO2 network operator Read the full press release here: C-GRID 

September 27th, 2023|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |

This is how we make sure our pipelines remain in top condition

This is how we make sure our pipelines remain in top condition Pipelink does everything in its power to ensure the mechanical integrity of its pipelines. Most importantly, we avoid corrosion with External Corrosion Direct Assessment (ECDA). Through [...]

Pipelink covered in the new edition of Petrochem

In late April, the port authorities of Antwerp and Zeebrugge merged to form Port of Antwerp-Bruges. There are various reasons for this, of which the energy transition is perhaps the most important, explains Jacques Vandermeiren, CEO of the merged port [...]

July 19th, 2022|Categories: Developments, News|Tags: , , |