Nord Stream 2 pipe-laying in full swing off Danish island

During the weekend, pipe-laying work on the Russian-German gas pipeline resumed in the Danish Exclusive Economic Zone, project company Nord Stream 2 AG informs EnergyWatch. Germany maintains its support of the project "for the time being".

In December, vessel Fortuna resumed pipe-laying activity on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline near Germany. Now, the ship is at work off Danish island Bornholm. | Photo: Bernd Wstneck/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

Efforts to establish gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 between Russia and Germany are moving forward.

During the weekend, pipe-laying work on the final sections of the line began off Denmark's Baltic isle Bornholm, confirms Nord Stream 2 AG in communication with EnergyWatch:

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