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Nord Stream 2 files appeal

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World Pipelines,


On 17 April 2019, Nord Stream 2 filed an appeal against the 26 March decision of the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) related to the North-western permit application requesting the company to investigate and submit an environmental impact assessment (EIA), accompanied by a permit application, for a route south-east of Bornholm (the ‘Decision’) to the Danish Energy Board of Appeal.

Nord Stream 2 files appeal

The appeal claims that the Decision is illegal. Consequently, the Decision must be annulled such that the DEA proceeds with the granting of a permit for the North-western route for Nord Stream 2 without delay. As a prudent project developer and in order to preserve the Company’s best interests, Nord Stream 2 filed the appeal, but also on 15 April submitted a separate permit application for consent to lay the pipeline to the south-east of Bornholm.

Image courtesy of Nord Stream 2.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/project-news/02052019/nord-stream-2-files-appeal/

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