The planned Gas Interconnector Poland-Lithuania (GIPL) will come onstream in 2021, two years later than originally planned, a Lithuanian official has confirmed to Interfax Natural Gas Daily.
Aurelija Vernickaitė, adviser to the Lithuanian minister of energy, said construction has been delayed because of changes to the route on the Polish side. The Polish government decided to change the route in September because it objected to building a compressor station near to Warsaw as it would have created unacceptable levels of noise.
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