October 2013, Vol. 240 No. 10

Projects

TAP Begins Land Easement And Acquisition

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) has authorized its contractors to start surveys for collecting detailed information on the landowners living along the pipeline corridor to complement existing data. The goal is to identify rightful landowners, establish property boundaries and evaluate the affected properties. TAP’s land easement and acquisition (LEA) process is designed to acquire access rights to land in order to establish access for the pipeline. TAP will require temporary access to land for the construction strip where the pipeline will be buried and permanent access to land for installations such as compressor stations, block valve stations, etc. Following construc

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