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Baltic Pipe construction works to continue as planned

19.06.2021 12:57
The Danish Environment Protection Agency has given the green light to continue works on the strategic  gas pipeline connecting Poland with Norway via Denmark, Poland’s deputy foreign minister Marcin Przydacz has informed .
element gazociągu Baltic Pipe
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Citing  concern over the impact on protected  mice and bat species, the Danish Environment Protection Agency, in May, suspended  the construction of a section of the Norway-Poland gas link. The Danish gas and electricity transmission system operator Energinet, partner of Poland’s operator GAZ-SYSTEM in the project, halted  the construction works  in Denmark  until permits were renewed. With the positive decision of the Danish Environment Protection Agency , Energinet will now resume works on the  210 kilometer long section on the territory of Denmark, minister Przydacz has said.

The project to build the pipeline is part of Warsaw’s efforts to diversify gas supplies and reduce the country’s energy dependence on Russia. Baltic Pipe is designed to bring Norway’s offshore natural gas from the North Sea through Denmark to Poland. Completion of the pipeline was expected in the fall of 2022. Due to the suspension of  the works , the termination of may be delayed by some three months, the Danish operator Energinet has informed.

Source IAR