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.
Nord Stream 2 pipelay vessel is currently located off Rügen to tie together the two ends of a pipe string.
The last Nord Stream 2 pipe stored within the premises of the port of Karlshamn left the storage area on 3 August.
Nord Stream 2 requests that Directive (EU) 2019/692 amending the EU Gas Directive be annulled because of an infringement of the EU law principles of equal treatment and proportionality.
Environmental and technical monitoring during 2018 in Finland focused on underwater noise, water quality and currents, as well as cultural heritage.
The second part of a recent report from Arthur D. Little – “Nord Stream 2 economic impact in the construction phase” – analyses the economic effects of the ongoing project to build two new gas pipelines from Russia to Germany.
Nord Stream 2’s environmental conservation measures at the Russian landfall are showing early signs of success.