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Hungary's pipeline transport volume is expected to reach 8.3 billion tonne kilometres by 2026, up from 7.1 billion in 2021 - an increase of 1.4% year on year. Since 1975, demand for pipeline transport in Hungary has grown by 4% every year. In 2021, the country was ranked 15th in the world, overtaken by Austria with 7.1 billion tonne kilometres. The US, China and Kazakhstan were ranked 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively. Meanwhile, the length of Hungary's pipelines is predicted to decrease by 0.1% to 2,160 kilometres in 2026 from 2,140 kilometres in 2021. Since 1995, Hungary's supply of pipelines has decreased by 0.7% annually. In 2021, the nation was placed 6th in the world, overtaken by Germany with 2,140 kilometres. Italy, Romania and Poland were ranked 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively.
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