December 2019, Vol. 246, No. 12



Denmark Approves Nord Stream 2 Project Denmark’s energy agency approved the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project in Danish waters, removing the last major hurdle for the Russian-led gas pipeline project that has divided the European Union. Allseas Pioneering Spirit laying pipe for Nord Stream 2 (photo: Gazprom) The Danish permit was the last one needed for the 765-mile (1,230-km) Nord pipeline, which faced criticized by the United States and several other countries fearing it will increase Europe’s reliance on Russian gas.  The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) said in a statement that it had granted a permit to Nord Stream 2 to construct a 91

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