The environmental impacts of Nord Stream 2’s construction in the Finnish Exclusive Economic Zone to the Baltic Sea are in line or smaller than assessed in the EIA and permit application documents.
The report focuses on the Kurgalsky Nature Reserve, through which the Nord Stream 2 pipeline passes.
The release of valuable fish species forms part of the compensation measures for the Nord Stream 2 project.
The German energy market regulator – Bundesnetzagentur – declined granting a derogation for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.
Opinion research institute forsa has conducted a survey into the confidence of German citizens in the world’s energy suppliers.
Nord Stream 2’s Overall Environmental Monitoring Report 2018 confirms that the pipeline’s construction activities in 2018 did not cause significant impacts on the Baltic Sea.
Nord Stream 2 AG has obtained the permit to construct its planned pipeline system in the Danish Exclusive Economic Zone.
Nord Stream 2 has laid 1855 km of the pipeline in the Baltic Sea in Russian, Finnish, Swedish and German waters.