May 2020, Vol. 247, No. 5

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German Court Rejects Last Obstacle to Nord Stream 2 Construction A remaining legal hurdle for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline has been cleared as the Higher Administrative Court of Berlin-Brandenburg has rejected a complaint regarding the environmental impact assessment (EIA) for a portion of land to be used for the pipeline.  A complaint filed by private landowner Malte Haynen and reported by the Eurasia Review claimed that the EIA on which the planning approval for the EUGAL pipeline was based was incomplete. The EUGAL pipeline is the land-based portion of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that will run 310 miles (500 km) across Germany to the Czech Republic. The pipeline would cross 0.02 miles (0.

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