News for Mariners
After receiving all of the necessary permits from German authorities, Nord Stream 2 began offshore preparatory works in mid-May 2018.
Embracing Gas to Combat Climate Change
Replacing coal with natural gas will help the EU reach its carbon emission reduction targets, writes Nord Stream 2’s Governmental Relations Advisor Alex Barnes in a new piece for “Energy World.”
Optimal Route Through Narva Bay: Our Responsibility
The proposed Nord Stream 2 pipeline route crosses a small section of about 3.7 km of the southern part of the Kurgalsky nature reserve in Russia. We are fully aware of our responsibility towards this sensitive habitat, which is characterised by a rich diversity of flora and fauna. While the majority of impacts from the construction activities will be temporary only – our commitment to improving the condition of the nature reserve is lasting.
Fact-Checking Myths About Nord Stream 2
Nord Stream 2 provides a vast trove of information about our project. But there is still a lot of misinformation being spread by political opponents and commercial competitors. We’re addressing these myths with facts.
Why Europe Needs Nord Stream 2
The benefits of connecting Nord Stream 2 to Europe’s natural gas grid.
The Permitting Process in Russia
Through the international permitting process, Nord Stream 2 will consult all countries along the route and explain its plans to protect the environment. Nord Stream 2 is undergoing a comprehensive process to obtain the necessary permits in Russia.
Interviews with Experts from Russia
Nord Stream 2 is committed to an open and transparent dialogue with stakeholders to ensure that decisions on the Nord Stream 2 project are based on proven expert opinion and clear scientific facts. Click here to see interviews with experts about the planned route in Russia.