So-called “goosenecks” are made of two pipe elbows and connect the buried pipeline coming from the sea with the above-ground PIG receiver.

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Installing goosenecks at the construction site in Lubmin

Installing goosenecks at the construction site in Lubmin

So-called “goosenecks” are made of two pipe elbows and connect the buried pipeline coming from the sea with the above-ground PIG receiver.

Source: © Nord Stream 2 / Axel Schmidt

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