According to this article, BRUA gas pipeline project seems to be on hold after a surprise decision coming from Hungary:
The Hungarian transmission system operator FGSZ took the European gas market by surprise on Friday when it announced it was no longer in a position to hold an open season on the Romanian-Hungarian-Austrian section of the pipeline.
Instead, FGSZ noted, the only ‘economically viable’ part of the Bulgaria-Hungary-Romania-Austria (BRUA) pipeline would be the existing Romania-Hungary interconnector, which could be expanded from its current capacity of 4.4 billion cubic metres (bcm) to 5.26bmc/year.
FGSZ said it had contacted the Romanian grid operator Transgaz with a view to conduct an open season procedure just on this point. The procedure would have an almost identical draft for the Romania-Hungary project only.
Question: Why does Hungary not seem to support anymore the original project? This project should support a less dependent EU on Russian gas.