Baltic Pipe receives long-awaited approval

Gas pipeline Baltic Pipe, which will transmit gas from Norway and the Danish North Sea to Poland, passing through Danish land, has now received approval from the Denmark's Environmental Protection Agency following a protracted debate and protests.

Photo: Finn Frandsen

The Danish Environmental Protection Agency has given its final approval for the gas pipeline Baltic Pipe to be laid underground from Houstrup Strand in Western Jutland to Faxe on Zealand.

The pipeline will extend from Norway and the Danish North Sea to Poland and on its way pass through the Danish landscape. The project has stirred massive debate and protests from farmers and residents.

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