|The TAP project company, which will build the Trans Adriatic Pipeline to link Albania with Greece, has submitted to the National Licensing Centre in Albania an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), TAP said in a statement. Once TAPs ESIA application has been disclosed and discussed, TAP expects to receive approval of the ESIA and respective environmental permit from the Albanian government in the next few months. TAPs pipeline in Albania includes approximately 203km of onshore and 60 km of offshore pipelines, crossing the countrys territory from the Greek border in the Korca region to Fier, in the countrys northwest. The pipeline will transport gas from the Caspian region via Greece and Albania and across the Adriatic Sea to southern Italy and further to Western Europe.
Albania has called a tender to select a company to supervise the construction and supplies for a sewerage system and waste water treatment plant in Velipoja area, the European Commission informed ... more
The Albanian government has approved changes in the concessionary agreement for the Devoll Hydropower cascade, which formally enables Austrian EVN to exit from the project, the cabinets press ... more
The economy and finance committee of Albanias Parliament has approved a EUR 12.7mn loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to be used to fund a project for upgrading ... more