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Baltic Pipe receives permit for onshore pipeline

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The Governor of West Pomerania Province has issued a building permit for a section of the DN 1000 Goleniów-Lwówek gas pipeline. GAZ-SYSTEM now has all the required permits to start the construction of an 83 km long section of the pipeline in West Pomerania Province, Poland.

The route of the entire gas pipeline, which is 191 km long, passes through three provinces: West Pomerania Province, Lubusz Province and Greater Poland Province.

GAZ-SYSTEM has completed the full documentation necessary to start building the high-pressure gas pipeline in West Pomerania Province and Greater Poland Province. These two sections have a total length of approximately 103 km. They will be located in the following communes: Goleniów, Maszewo, Stargard, Dolice, Przelewice, Pelczyce (West Pomerania Province), as well as Miedzychód and Lwówek (Greater Poland Province).

The building permit for Lubusz Province is to be issued soon. This will be the last of all administrative consents required to start building works along the whole Goleniów-Lwówek pipeline.

The Baltic Pipe project consists of five components. One of them is the extension and modernisation of the Polish natural gas transmission system. It will involve connecting the offshore gas pipeline with the existing system, building and modernising three gas compressor stations and building the Niechorze-Ploty and Goleniów-Lwówek gas pipelines.

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