RWE joins Nabucco consortium

February 2008
Utility Week;2/15/2008, Vol. 28 Issue 16, p29
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The article reports that RWE has been confirmed as the sixth member of the Nabucco pipeline consortium. RWE has also announced plans to build a pipeline across Germany from the Czech border to Belgium. Elsewhere, plans for a pipeline to transport gas from Russia across the Baltic Sea have encountered further opposition from campaigners in Lithuania and Poland. Poland has previously recommended a pipeline, known as Amber, that would run through Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania as well as Poland.


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