Russia’s Gazprom resumes construction of Nord Stream 2 this week, aiming to complete work in Danish waters by the end of May and in Germany waters by the end of June,

Russia’s Gazprom resumes construction of Nord Stream 2 this week, aiming to complete work in Danish waters by the end of May and in Germany waters by the end of June, reported Bloomberg, citing an official work schedule seen by a Bloomberg reporter. Russia’s pipe laying vessel, the Fortuna, is already in the Baltic, off Rostock, reported shipfinder.com. Germany’s Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency has extended the permit for laying the gas pipe on the Baltic sea bed.

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