Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

8.5-0045-LTPL-S-M-14

Preparatory works for the Gas Interconnection Poland-Lithuania up to building permission(s) obtainment
Programme: 
CEF Energy
Call year:
Location of the Action:
Implementation schedule: 
September 2014 to July 2019
Maximum EU contribution: 
€10,152,087
Total eligible costs: 
€20,304,174
Percentage of EU support: 
50%
Beneficiaries: 

AB "Amber Grid" (Lithuania)
http://www.ambergrid.lt

Operator Gazociągów Przesyłowych GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. (Poland)
http://www.gaz-system.pl

Status:
Energy corridor:
Energy sector:
Project(s) of Common Interest:
Additional information: 

European Commission, DG ENER
http://ec.europa.eu/energy/en/topics/infrastructure

Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)
http://www.acer.europa.eu/

European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG)
http://www.entsog.eu/

Last modified: 
April 2019

8.5-0045-LTPL-S-M-14

The Action contributes to the implementation of the Project of Common Interest (PCI) 8.5 Poland-Lithuania interconnection ("GIPL" or Gas Interconnection Poland-Lithuania), which is a gas pipeline that will connect the Polish and Lithuanian gas transmission systems.

This Action relates to the GIPL pipeline and its auxiliary installations. GIPL includes, on the Polish side, a gas pipeline between Hołowczyce and the PL-LT border (approx. range between 310 and 357 km, DN 700) and a compressor station in Gustorzyn; on the Lithuanian side, a gas pipeline between the PL-LT border and Jauniunai (approx. 177 km, DN 700) as well as gas pressure reduction and metering station(s) located near the PL-LT border.

The Action covers all of the pre-investment steps needed for the preparatory documentation and permits up to the actual building permission for the GIPL (tendering documentation for the localisation decision and territory planning, basic and detailed engineering studies, environmental impact assessment (EIA) and related activities for compressor stations, if applicable). The objective is to provide the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED), possible environmental approvals and legally binding permissions, which are a crucial step for the construction of GIPL.