Nord Stream 2 AG has announced a tender for 70 km of pipes to bypass Denmark
Friday, October 5, 2018

Nord Stream 2 AG has announced a tender for 70 km of pipes to bypass Denmark

Nord Stream 2 AG has announced a tender for 70 km of pipes to bypass Denmark in case Germany’s northern neighbor does not grant permission for the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline to pass through its territorial waters. With or without Denmark, Nord Stream backers at the St. Petersburg Forum were publicly determined to build the Baltic Sea pipeline over the next 15 months. Rainer Seele, CEO of Austria’s OMV, told reporters his energy company has allocated €500 million to finance construction of the gas pipeline.

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