Partner confirms potential Danish Nord Stream 2 delay

Austrian ÖMV, one of the companies involved in the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, determines that a Danish routing request could delay the project.

News appeared last month reporting that the Danish Energy Agency had proposed yet another reroute option for gas pipeline Nord Stream 2. Besides the previous routes north and south of Denmark's Baltic island Bornholm, a third route circumventing Danish territorial waters but still traversing the Danish continental shelf will require an environmental assessment.

This could delay the gas pipeline's planned commissioning, shows a report from Austrian oil company ÖMV, one of the partners on the project, writes media Montel.

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