Mice could keep Denmark hooked on Russian gas

The reestablishment of Danish North Sea gas field Tyra last year prompted the country to become a net gas importer for the first time since 1983. That could remain the case until 2023 due to the Baltic Pipe's repealed permit.

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Danish-Russian relations are tense of late. This much has become clear in connection with the installation of Nord Stream 2, with Denmark being the final country in a row of nations which needs to accept the Russian-German pipeline's presence in its economic waters, prompting state leaders such as Russia President Vladimir Putin to intervene.

Just last week, strained diplomacy between the two countries again become clear as Russian fighter jets violated Danish airspace near the Scandinavian nation's outlying island of Bornholm.

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