Baltic Pipe's receiving terminal in western Denmark delayed

Another two weeks will elapse before Baltic Pipe’s receiving terminal in western Denmark comes online. Gas flows uninterrupted through the pipeline to Poland, however.

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen attended the inauguration of the Baltic Pipe on Oct. 1. Gas supply will not be disrupted by the delay effecting the receiving terminal in western Jutland. | Photo: Stringer/AFP / AFP

A receiving terminal for gas transmitted through the Norwegian gas pipeline Europipe II was supposed to enter operation on Saturday, Oct. 8, but this has been delayed until Oct. 20, reports Danish TSO Energinet in a press release.

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