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La documentazione ESIA

La Valutazione di Impatto Sociale e Ambientale analizza i rischi e le opportunità connesse al progetto TAP. Prendendo in esame gli effetti sul patrimonio culturale e ambientale e sul tessuto socio-economico, l’ESIA illustra come eventuali effetti negativi saranno mitigati o eliminati, tramite il ricorso a tecnologie avanzate, e come TAP investirà in progetti ambientali e sociali a livello locale.

Di seguito si riporta la documentazione relativa a tutti i Paesi interessati dall’opera.

 

Scoping Report for the ESIA Albania (In English) [PDF]

Albania

In April 2011 the Trans Adriatic Pipeline began the formal Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) process, with the submission of the Scoping Report. The document was presented to the Albanian national and regional authorities, as well as to more than 100 other relevant stakeholders.

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Scoping Report for the ESIA Albania (In Albanian)

Albania

In April 2011 the Trans Adriatic Pipeline began the formal Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) process, with the submission of the Scoping Report. The document was presented to the Albanian national and regional authorities, as well as to more than 100 other relevant stakeholders.

ESIA Greece (in English)

Greece

After almost four years of intensive pipeline route selection and refinement in Greece, TAP has submitted its comprehensive Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) to the Ministry of Energy, Environment and Climate Change.

ESIA Greece (in Greek)

Greece

After almost four years of intensive pipeline route selection and refinement in Greece, TAP has submitted its comprehensive Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) to the Ministry of Energy, Environment and Climate Change.

Preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment (PEIA) Greece (In English)

Greece

On the 28th of September 2011 the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) announced that it has submitted Preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment (PEIA) to the Greek Ministry of Environment. This document was revised and resubmitted to the Greek authorities on the 8th of February 2012. This revision considers changes to the overall engineering concept of the project in which one compressor station originally foreseen near to the village of Nea Mesimvria is not required anymore.

Preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment (PEIA) Greece (In Greek)

On the 28th of September 2011 the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) announced that it has submitted Preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment (PEIA) to the Greek Ministry of Environment. This document was revised and resubmitted to the Greek authorities on the 8th of February 2012. This revision considers changes to the overall engineering concept of the project in which one compressor station originally foreseen near to the village of Nea Mesimvria is not required anymore.

Scoping Report for the ESIA Greece - East Section (In English)

Greece

On the 3rd of December TAP submitted its Scoping Report for the planned eastern section of the pipeline in Greece to the Greek authorities. TAP carries out the consultation and disclosure process with relevant stakeholders.

Scoping Report for the ESIA Greece - East Section (In Greek)

Greece

On the 3rd of December TAP submitted its Scoping Report for the planned eastern section of the pipeline in Greece to the Greek authorities. TAP carries out the consultation and disclosure process with relevant stakeholders.

Scoping Report for the ESIA Greece - West Section (In English) [PDF]

Greece

On 7th of June the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) commenced its Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) process in Greece. The submission of its Scoping Report to the Greek authorities comes after similar moves in Albania and Italy earlier this year and will follow the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) guidelines, recognised as the benchmark for international best practice.

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Scoping Report for the ESIA Greece - West Section (In Greek) [PDF]

Greece

On 7th of June the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) commenced its Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) process in Greece. The submission of its Scoping Report to the Greek authorities comes after similar moves in Albania and Italy earlier this year and will follow the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) guidelines, recognised as the benchmark for international best practice.

Scarica (8.14 MB)