April 2013, Vol. 240 No. 4


ICC Seeks Permit To Construct Brody-Plock Pipeline

Sarmatia International Pipeline Company (ICC) of Warsaw, Poland has filed for an environmental permit for the construction of the Brody-Plock (Adamova Zastava) pipeline with a possible extension to Gdansk or the West. The Brody-Adamova Zastava pipeline would have a length of 134 miles, 74 miles of which will be built in the Ukraine and 160 miles in Poland. If the environmental permit is approved, the company will be able to apply to the European Commission (EU) for a final decision on financial support to the project. The Brody-Plock oil pipeline construction is considered a priority in the EU’s Infrastructure and Environment program. This program reserves funds amounting

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