Germany has extended the deadline for laying pipes for Nord Stream 2

15.01.2021. / 13:07

BERLIN – The German maritime authorities announced today that they have extended the license of the company North Stream 2 for the installation of pipes on the gas pipeline of the same name in its exclusive economic zone (EEC) until the end of May this year, reports Sputnik International.

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“The Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency has issued a permit to Nord Stream 2 to carry out pipe installation work to complete the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the German exclusive economic zone in an area of ​​about 16.5 and 13.9 kilometers for the period from the end of September ) by the end of May (2021) ”, it is stated in the announcement.

The German shipping agency stated that the company Nord Stream 2 submitted a request to change the time frame in June 2020, explaining that it was necessary due to unforeseen delays in the works that occurred outside the German exclusive economic zone.

The permit, issued in 2018, applies to an anchored ship laying pipes on the remaining section of a gas pipeline in the German EEC in the Baltic Sea, on a stretch south of Bornholm across the Pomeranian Gulf to the German coastal town of Lubmin.


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