Constructive dialogue with our neighbours

Transparent communication from the project phase on

For new infrastructure projects, Fluxys Belgium aims to transparently provide information and communicate with the relevant municipal authorities, local residents and other parties involved from the planning phase on. The company focuses on the public-interest nature of the natural gas infrastructure and on the company's safety policy. The owners and operators of the land in question have a contact person at Fluxys Belgium who they can get in touch with from the start of the project about their concerns and inform of the characteristics of their plot or operation.

Information sessions

In the context of permit applications for major infrastructure projects, Fluxys Belgium proposes that the municipalities organise an information evening for local residents before these procedures get under way so that any feedback can be taken on board at the start of the project. Again in the public consultation stage, Fluxys Belgium suggests to the municipalities to organise an information session so that local residents can ask any questions they might have about the project. For pipeline projects in urban areas, the pipes run below streets and so Fluxys Belgium sets great store by communication with local residents.

Tips for using search operators

Use "quotation marks" to search for a series of words or a phrase in a specific order.

Boolean operators

You can find a group of words or a phrase by using the link words AND, OR and NOT:
known as Boolean operators, these words are used to combine terms in the search field.

  • AND: All the search terms must be included in the publication. Typing in Apple AND Pear will return publications containing both the word Apple and the word Pear.

     

  • OR :  At least one of the search terms must be included in the publication. Typing in Apple OR Pear will return publications containing either the word Apple or the word Pear or both.

     

  • NOT: The term preceded by NOT must not be included in the publication. Typing in Apple NOT Pear will return publications containing the word Apple but not the word Pear.