Nord Stream 2 AG rebukes energy agency

The dispute surrounding Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 continues. Now the company behind it complains that the Danish Energy Agency has delayed the project by asking for a third, alternative route, writes Danish business daily Børsen on Tuesday.

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It was too much that the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) just over a month ago asked Nord Stream 2 AG to propose a new route for the Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2, according to the company behind the pipeline. Thus, the company has filed a complaint with the agency, writes Danish business daily Børsen.

The DEA asked for a third application, for which the route would lie southward of the island Bornholm on the Danish Baltic continental shelf, but outside Danish territorial waters. But Nord Stream 2 AG questions why the process is taking so long.

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