Newspaper says US forced Rambøll out of Nord Stream 2

Citing anonymous sources, Danish daily Politiken writes that US sanctions against the gas pipeline entailed Rambøll's exit from the project's final phase.

Pipe-laying vessel in Denmark's Great Belt strait. | Photo: Nord Stream 2 / Axel Schmidt

In the fall of 2020, engineering consultancy Rambøll decided to take stock and, in light of US sanctions, abandon its efforts on Russian-owned gas pipeline Nord Stream 2, reports Danish daily Politiken citing anonymous sources.

Rambøll itself declines to comment.

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