The project to double the capacity of the subsea Nord Stream pipeline between Russia and Germany could reduce investor interest in alternative supply routes – including new LNG terminals and interconnectors in Central East Europe – speakers told an event hosted by thinktank Bruegel in Brussels this week.
Szymon Polak, first secretary of the Polish Representation to the EU, said the cost of alternative EU-backed projects would increase if Nord Stream 2 was built. Private investors could lose interest in EU Projects of Common Interest (PCIs)...
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