Nord Stream 2 lands German approval

Danish opposition will not stop the controversial gas pipeline, says CFO.

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Nord Stream 2 is one step closer to realization. Germany's Stralsund Mining Authority has awarded a construction and operation permit to the company behind the gas pipeline project, applicable in the German territorial waters as well as the landfall area by Greifswald, informs Nord Stream 2 AG.

"This permit is an important milestone in the complex permitting process for the project as a whole," says Jens Lange, Permitting Manager Germany at Nord Stream 2 AG.

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