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  • Nord Stream Pipeline Project Completes Public Participation Phase in Baltic Sea Region
    édité le 16/06/2009 - Plus de news de "Nord Stream" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Nord Stream"

Nord Stream Pipeline Project Completes Public Participation Phase in Baltic Sea Region
A two-day meeting of the international Espoo working group, which brings together representatives from various ministries and authorities of the nine Baltic Sea countries, ended today in Stralsund, Germany. The countries informed each other about the statements submitted by the public and stakeholders in recent months about Nord Stream’s transboundary environmental report for its planned gas pipeline through the Baltic Sea.

In March, Nord Stream as the project developer provided the Baltic Sea countries with the transboundary environmental report (‘Espoo Report’) in the nine languages of the Baltic Sea states and English. According to the United Nations Espoo Convention, countries under the jurisdiction of which a proposed activity is envisaged must inform neighbouring countries about potential transboundary environmental impact. Nord Stream’s Espoo Report follows intensive dialogue with authorities throughout the Baltic Sea region to ensure that the pipeline is safe, environmentally sound and in line with all national and international requirements.

National permits to build and operate the pipeline are required from the countries through which waters the Nord Stream pipeline will pass: Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany. These countries also involved the other Baltic Sea countries in determining potential transboundary impact as part of the Espoo process.

As a result of the public participation period from March to June, statements relating to the project were submitted to the competent authorities from associations, authorities and private bodies in all countries of the Baltic Sea region. These statements have been distributed among the countries. The authorities of Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany will now discuss the remaining issues regarding Nord Stream and will consider the effects of the pipeline in the national permitting decisions.

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