The second line of the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline between Russia and Germany is going faster than planned, Nord Stream’s Deputy Communications Director Jens D. Müller told New Europe on 16 November.
“In general, the Nord Stream project is on schedule. Based on the huge experience from laying line 1, the construction of line two is going currently faster than planned,” he said.
The Nord Stream pipeline runs under the Baltic Sea from Vyborg near St. Petersburg to Greifswald in Germany....
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