The Baltic Sea offshore of Danish island Bornholm will set the stage for a notorious energy drama playing out over the coming four months. Here, the contentious natural gas pipeline will see its final section installed along the seabed in Denmark's economic waters.
The project company behind the Russian-German pipeline forecasts the remaining section of the two-track connection will come to a close toward late May, shows a public record document on the project's timetable seen by EnergyWatch.
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