Posts tagged as Baltic Pipe

Polish minister: Baltic Pipe project will continue

Thursday, June 17, 2021

The Danish authorities have withdrawn the environmental permit for the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline in part of its territory on the grounds of the construction interfering in the habitat of mice and bats. Minister Piotr Naimski denied that this decision should in any way be linked to the decision recently taken by the European Court Justice (ECJ) on the Turow power plant in the south of Poland. Both are serious…

Baltic Pipe pipeline topic raised at NATO summit

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Polish president talked during the NATO Summit with Prime Ministers from Canada, Denmark, Norway, North Macedonia, the UK, as well as with the French President Emanuel Macron. The main topics of conversation were economic, military and energy cooperation, issues related to the construction of the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline and the Ukraine issue. The Polish president also spoke with the US head of the state. “I had a series of…

Baltic Pipe on schedule despite Denmark withdrawing permission

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Poland’s deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Przydacz said that the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline between the Norwegian sector of the North Sea and Poland would be completed on schedule despite Denmark withdrawing an environmental permit. He added that Copenhagen’s decision to revoke the permit for the pipeline to cross overland a stretch of Danish territory should fail to stop the pipeline from being finished on time. “I am convinced that this…

Hendrik Veder backs Saipem at Baltic Pipe project

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Hendrik Veder Group has won a contract to help Saipem refurbish its lifting equipment and reuse it during work at the Baltic Pipe project. The 275-kilometre gas pipeline will be laid on the seabed, traversing the maritime zones of Denmark, Poland and Sweden, and will require around 23,000 segments of pipeline. The offshore infrastructure terminates on dry land, where it intersects with the onshore pipeline several hundred meters from the…

Denmark approves Baltic Pipe, but not Nord Stream 2

Monday, October 28, 2019

The consortium behind the Baltic Pipe, a project which will allow the transport of gas from Norway to the Danish and Polish markets, as well as to end-users in neighbouring countries, has been given the go ahead to pass through Denmark’s territorial waters. “The Danish Energy Agency finds that the offshore pipeline project can be constructed and operated without unacceptable impact on the environment and safety,” the group behind the…

Denmark rejected appeals against the Baltic Pipe route

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

No grounds for reviewing the decision The Danish Environmental Protection Agency rejected the challenge of consent for the construction of the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline along Danish territory. In mid-September, the Danish Environmental Protection Agency emphasized that appeals against the gas pipeline would not justify the resumption of the case. In this way, the Danish agency responded to the statements of the Environment and Food Complaints Board. In July this…

Poland’s Baltic Pipe pumped up with €215m EU grant

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

The pipeline creates a new gas supply corridor in the European market, connecting Poland and Denmark with Norway. The European Commission has granted funding worth €214.9 million (£185.4m) for the Baltic Pipe project in Poland. The pipeline creates a new gas supply corridor in the European market, connecting Poland and Denmark with Norway. It will allow, as of 2022, the shipment of gas from the North Sea to the Polish…