Recent protests at the onshore construction site for the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) in Italy have delayed the works schedule, and the country’s uncertain political climate could mean further hold-ups.
Protests and regulatory hurdles imposed by the municipality of Melendugno in Puglia have forced project developer TAP AG to delay the construction of a jacking station at San Foca.
The facility is now due to be completed by the end of March, one month later than previously scheduled. Nevertheless, a TAP spokesperson said the pipeline...
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