Municipalities and administrations

How do we lay a Fluxys pipeline?

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Legal obligation to notify Fluxys of your works at the planning stage

When a municipality carries out works, it is subject to the same legislation as companies. The royal decree of 21 September 1988 stipulates that anyone wishing to carry out works in the immediate vicinity of natural gas transmission infrastructure is legally bound to inform Fluxys of their intentions at the planning stage.

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Initiatives for municipalities

Fluxys' active prevention policy include specific initiatives for municipalities.

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Activities that must not be performed near gas transmission facilities

The Royal Decree of 24 January 1991 sets out the minimum width of the reserved area on either side of a Fluxys pipeline, as well as the activities that must not be performed in that area.

Please send us your construction permits for any building projects near our natural gas transmission infrastructure as proof that you are respecting the provisions of the royal decree.

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Surface visibility

On the surface, Fluxys marks out the path of a pipeline using beacons and markers.

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General questionnaire

This document contains all the questions sent by the municipalities during information sessions and the questions raised at the information meetings Fluxys has organised.

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Emergency contact Fluxys

 

> 0800 90 102

> 02 282 70 03

Click here for access to the Fluxys Extranet for Municipalities

> in Dutch

> in French

Any questions about our infrastructure?

For your questions about the Fluxys infrastructure, please use this form.

Notify your works online

Take a look at the CICC/KLIM and KLIP websites and avoid causing damage when digging.

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Regional operating sectors of Fluxys

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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.