There is an emergency on line “A” of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline. Nord Stream 2’s wild dispatcher noticed a sudden drop in pressure in the “A” line tonight. Coastal authorities in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Russia were alerted immediately. investigation underway
– The company announced, according to the Russian news agency Interfax.
The Danish Maritime Authority has reported a gas leak off the island of Bornholm. The suspected emergency site is located outside the country’s territorial waters, in Denmark’s exclusive economic zone. The location of the point coincides with the route of the North Stream-2 gas pipeline. Danish authorities advised ships to avoid the site five miles away, MTI reports.
The North Stream -2 A twin offshore gas pipeline with a capacity of 55 billion cubic meters per year from the Slavyanskaya compressor station in the Kingisepp district of Leningrad Province, Russia, to the Baltic Sea coast of Germany. Both threads of the pipeline have been filled gassed, its condition is operational, but German authorities have halted the pipeline’s certification process, and the United States has placed the Nord Stream 2 AG project company on the sanctions list. As a result, the company was forced to lay off its employees.