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Russia’s Nord Stream 2 natural gas link pipelay barge sets up in Germany

Brussels — Preparatory works to lay pipes for Russia’s 55 Bcm/year Nord Stream 2 gas link at Lubmin, Germany have begun, with the offshore pipe installation barge put in its starting position.

  • Author: Siobhan Hall
  • Editor: Jeremy Lovell
  • S&P Global

Barge in position at Lubmin to start laying pipe

NS2 plans to complete Greifswald works by end-2018

S&P Global 1a Logo“The Nord Stream 2 project continues as planned and the implementation schedule is well within the planned timeline,” Nord Stream 2 project company spokesman Steffen Hartmann told S&P Global Platts Wednesday.

Nord Stream 2’s owner, Russia’s state-owned pipeline export monopoly Gazprom, wants the…

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