The Danish energy Agency responded to the request of the Nord Stream 2
The Danish energy Agency in response to the request of the company Nord Stream AG 2 gave permission for the use of vessels with anchor positioning on the unfinished section of the pipeline “Nord stream – 2” in the South-East of the island of Bornholm. This is stated in the message on the Agency’s website, reports UNN.
“The Danish energy Agency upon request 2 Nord Stream AG has taken the decision to change the conditions of use of pipe-lay vessels with self-determination (pipe-laying with dynamic positioning (DP) in the permission for construction of the pipeline “Nord stream – 2″ which the Danish Energy Agency granted Nord Stream AG 2 October 30, 2019,” reads the statement.
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It is noted that “the rest of the pipeline, which needs to be built in Denmark, is outside of the area where the not recommended bottom trawling, of a plant anchors and bottom work because of the risk created by the burial of chemical warfare agents”.
The project “Northern stream – 2” involves the construction of two pipelines with a total capacity of 55 billion cubic meters per year off the coast of Russia through the Baltic sea to Germany. To date, the “Nord stream – 2” is constructed of 93%. Work on the construction of “Nord stream – 2” is now suspended because of U.S. sanctions.