The European Commission officially signed a €214.9 million grant on Monday (15 April) for works on a new Baltic gas pipeline project aimed at connecting Poland and Denmark with Norway.
The Baltic Pipe Project, also known as “Norwegian corridor”, aims at creating a new gas supply route in the European market that will lessen the region’s dependence on Russian imports.
in 2022, the new pipeline will be able to ship 10 billion cubic metres of Norwegian natural gas per year directly to the Polish market – and further to the Baltic States.
The Baltic Pipe is one of the components of the so-called “Northern Gate”….
An excerpt from Euractiv