June 2019, Vol. 246, No. 6

Global News

Nearly Half of Nord Stream 2 Pipelaying Complete

(P&GJ) – As American politicians seek sanctions and Denmark debates route approval, construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline has moved steadily ahead. By mid-May, more than 745 miles (1,200 km) of pipe — about half the total length of Nord Stream 2 — had been laid in the Baltic Sea, company officials confirmed.   Allseas’ Pioneering Spirit lays pipe for the Nord Stream 2 in Swedish waters. (photo: Gazprom) Nord Stream 2 will be a twin natural gas pipeline, with each of the lines spanning 764 miles (1,230 km) from Russia to Germany, for a total of 1,530 miles (2,460 km) of pipe. Planned capacity of the two strings of Nord Stream

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