June 2011 Vol. 238 No. 6


Trans-Adriatic Pipeline Starts ESIA Process In Italy

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) has begun a formal Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) process in Italy, following a similar move in Albania in April. Following extensive route refinement studies undertaken from 2009-2011, the document details TAP’s preferred route. Having entered the country at the northern end of San Foca on the Adriatic coast, it will extend 21 km to the municipality of S. Donato di Lecce and the tie-in point with Snam Rete Gas, the Italian natural gas system operator. The pipeline’s length offshore will be 45 km within Italian waters from the Italian coast to the middle of the Straight of Otranto in the Adriatic Sea, and its diame

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