The author, with the Albanian photographer Gent Shkullaku who documented the trip, followed the 215 kilometers of natural gas pipeline from the border with Greece to the waves of the Adriatic.
In two years the methan-pipeline will bring methane from the Caspian Sea to Europe. To complete the line there is still no laying of the pipe under the Adriatic. The tube will immerse itself in the Adriatic for 105 kilometers, then the pipeline will wind through the province of Lecce for the 8 kilometers necessary to reach the gas reception plant designed at the Captain's farm.
It reads in the article: "The gas pipeline from Azerbaijan has been laid up to here, and on the beach at kilometer 215 begins the stretch of Italian competence, a stretch not yet laid.
The construction site of the last kilometer - even if it is in Albania - from a design and construction point of view depends on the Italian side, of which it is the terminal, and therefore depends on Tap Italy.
Project manager is the Norwegian Johannes Irgens; the client Tap Italia is represented by the Engineer Mr. Laverghetta. Contractors like Saipem from San Donato Milanese, Nautilus from Venice and Luxembourg's Jan De Nul work there.