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FSRU terminal with an undersea gas pipeline to be built within the Port of Gdańsk.

The Regional Director for Environmental Protection in Gdańsk issued a decision to grant immediate enforceability of the decision on environmental conditions for the construction of an FSRU terminal with an undersea gas pipeline within the Port of Gdańsk.

On Wednesday, RDOŚ announced on its website that the Regional Director for Environmental Protection in Gdańsk, at the request of the investor: Gas Transmission Operator Gaz-System SA, issued a decision to grant immediate enforceability to the decision on environmental conditions for the project entitled: “Implementation of the FSRU terminal with undersea gas pipeline within the water area of ​​the Port of Gdańsk.

The document indicates that the investment will be located in internal waters within the boundaries of the Sea Port in Gdańsk and in the land part of Stogi Island within the administrative boundaries of the City of Gdańsk, in the vicinity of the mouth of the Wisła Śmiała (Gdańsk commune, Pomeranian Voivodeship).

It was also stated that the parties may appeal against the decision to the General Director for Environmental Protection through the Regional Director for Environmental Protection in Gdańsk.  According to Gaz-System on its website, the program envisages that the FSRU will be located at the mooring platform approximately 3 km from the shore, in the port of Gdańsk, between the mouths of the Śmiała and Martwa branches of the Vistula. The Program will also include the construction of the necessary undersea and land infrastructure.  As part of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), the European Commission granted co-financing to the LNG Gdańsk project for an action called: “Pre-investment works to obtain a construction permit for the offshore part of PCI 6.27 LNG Gdańsk (PL)”. The maximum amount of support granted is approximately EUR 19.6 million.

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