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Belfast fish farm clinches final local permits

Bangor Daily News 24 Dec 2020
Before Nordic Aquafarms can break ground, it still must obtain a federal permit from the Army Corps of Engineers and resolve a land-use court case pending in Waldo County Superior Court around the ownership of the intertidal zone near the Little River where Nordic wants to lay pipes for its project.
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With state environmental permits now finalized, Belfast fish farm project still faces legal challenge

Bangor Daily News 19 Nov 2020
“And we’re satisfied that we can comply with any condition,” Naess said ... That case revolves around the ownership of the intertidal zone near the Little River where Nordic wants to lay pipes for the project. One set of property owners near the mudflat has negotiated a lease with Nordic so it can bury infrastructure there ... 23 ... ....
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Trump Regime Threatens New Sanctions on Firms Involved in Russia’s Nord Stream 2 Construction

GlobalResearch 22 Oct 2020
Earlier after the Swiss-based pipe-laying firm Allseas pulled out ... The US diktat applies to “involved parties that have knowingly sold, leased, or provided vessels that are engaged in pipe laying at depths of 100 feet or more below sea level for the construction of Nord Stream 2.”.
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Navalny Incident a US Plot to Block Nord Stream 2’s Completion?

GlobalResearch 23 Sep 2020
That’s why the project is invaluable to beneficiary Western European countries ... The US diktat applies to “involved parties that have knowingly sold, leased, or provided vessels that are engaged in pipe laying at depths of 100 feet or more below sea level for the construction of Nord Stream 2.” ... She favors completion of the project ... Note ... * ... etc ... .
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Russia’s Nord Stream 2, TurkStream will be launched despite US sanctions: FM Lavrov

Press TV 22 Dec 2019
The US Department of the Treasury said on Friday that “involved parties that have knowingly sold, leased, or provided vessels that are engaged in pipe laying at depths of 100 feet or more below sea level for the construction of Nord Stream 2 or TurkStream must ensure that such vessels immediately cease construction-related activity.”.
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