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Germany Allowed the Construction of Nord Stream-2 in its Territorial Waters
February 6, 2018 16:34


(Source: http://.org/polsha-trebuet-svoj-kusok-gazoprovod)

Germany allowed the construction of Nord Stream-2 in the territorial waters of the country, according to the website of the gas pipeline operator, Nord Stream 2 AG. The company called the decision "an important step in the complex process of obtaining permits for this project."

The construction of the gas pipeline was coordinated by Stralsund Mining Authority (the land of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania), and in November 2017 it authorized work on the shelf of Germany. As clarified in Nord Stream 2 AG, this was a necessary precondition for issuing a permit at the federal level - it is planned to receive it in the first quarter of 2018. The procedures for obtaining the permits in the other four countries along the pipeline route - Russia, Finland, Sweden and Denmark - are on schedule: Nord Stream 2 has fulfilled the requirements and expects to obtain permits before construction commences in 2018.

Nord Stream-2 is a gas pipeline project from Russia to Germany via the Baltic Sea. The project is being implemented by Nord Stream 2 AG, 51% of which belongs to Gazprom. The gas pipeline is planned to be put into operation before the end of 2019. Its total capacity will be 55 billion cubic meters per year.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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