Nord Stream's twin pipeline system has the capacity to transport up to 55 billion cubic metres of natural gas from Russia to Europe through the Baltic Sea.
Nord Stream is a pipeline operator that provides safe and reliable gas transportation capacity 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Nord Stream's pipelines are operated with the same concern for the ecosystem that guided their construction. Monitoring is ongoing.
In just 2 years (2010-2012), and 23.5 million working hours, about 200,000 pipes were expertly welded and laid on the Baltic seabed.
A Shareholders’ Agreement on the implementation of the Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Project has been signed.
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