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Germany allows Poland to participate in Nord Stream 2 consideration

Christian Fernsby |
German regulatory office for electricity, gas, telecommunications, post and railway market, Bundesnetzagentur has allowed Poland to participate in the consideration of the application to exclude Nord Stream 2 from the rules of the new EU Gas Directive.

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According to the Polish business publication Biznesalert, Bundesnetzagentur allowed the Polish state-owned company PGNiG to express its opinion during the consideration of the application. "In the meantime, the European Commission needs to investigate whether the project complies with European laws before it is launched," writes Biznesalert.

According to the publication, the launch of the pipeline should not take place until the European Commission compliance review and review of the application in Germany are complete.

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