Poland and Denmark have decided the route for the Baltic Pipeline, which is to bring gas from Norway to Poland in 2022,
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Poland and Denmark have decided the route for the Baltic Pipeline, which is to bring gas from Norway to Poland in 2022,

Poland and Denmark have decided the route for the Baltic Pipeline, which is to bring gas from Norway to Poland in 2022, says Piotr Naimski, Poland’s commissioner for strategic energy infrastructure. Construction of the 275 km, EUR 350 million pipeline is to start in spring 2020. The pipeline is expected to carry to Eastern Europe 10 billion cubic meters of gas a year. By contrast, the two North Stream pipelines would carry about 10 times as much Russian gas to Germany – 110 billion cubic meters.

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