21 April 2011 21:22 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS)--A court in ?xml:namespace>
The 360km project – Ethylen Pipeline Sud - would connect BASF’s petrochemicals hub in
However, the administrative court in
The court said planning authorities may have been mistaken about the project’s safety assessments, in particular with regard to minimum distances between the pipeline and residential houses.
The court’s ruling can be appealed within 14 days, it said.
The pipeline project is expected to have an initial capacity of 200,000 tonnes/year, with scope to double capacity at a later stage.
Stakeholders in Ethylen Pipeline Sud are BASF, Wacker, Clariant, OMW, LyondellBasell, Borealis, Vinnolit and the state of
The court’s ruling comes as Baden-Wurttemberg is poised to become
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