Nord Stream 2 has filed an appeal against the decision of the Federal Grid Agency of Germany (the regulator) to refuse to exempt Nord Stream 2 from the requirements of the updated EU Gas Directive.
Head of the Polish energy company PGNiG, Jerzy Kwieciński, said that the company had filed an application with the Dusseldorf Supreme Regional Court for active participation in the appeal in the Nord Stream 2 case, Oilexp reports.
According to him, the company submitted to the Supreme Court in Dusseldorf "a statement on active participation in the process of Nord Stream 2's appeal against the negative decision of the regulator to deviate from EU legislation."
“Active participation in the litigation will effectively protect the interests of companies and Poland,” he wrote.
As a reminder, the operator of the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, Nord Stream 2 AG, has filed an appeal against the decision of the EU Court of Justice regarding the operation of the pipeline within the framework of the EU Gas Directive.
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