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  • Incident on the Nord Stream Pipeline (updated 04/10/2022)
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Incident on the Nord Stream Pipeline (updated 04/10/2022)
In line with the calculated expectations, the pressure in both lines of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline stabilised as of Monday, October 3, 2022.

As of today, Nord Stream AG is unable to inspect the damaged sections of the gas pipeline due to the lack of earlier requested necessary permits.

In particular, according to the Swedish authorities, a ban on shipping, anchoring, diving, using of underwater vehicles, geophysical mapping, etc. has been introduced to conduct a state investigation around the damage sites in the Baltic Sea.

According to information received from the Danish authorities, the processing time of the Nord Stream AG request for the survey may take more than 20 working days.

Nord Stream AG remains in close contact with relevant authorities.

Moreover, the owner of the appropriately equipped survey vessel chartered by Nord Stream AG still doesn’t have “green light from Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs” to depart.

Update 29/09/2022

Nord Stream AG intends to start assessing the damage to the pipeline as soon as it receives necessary official permits. Access to the area of incidents may be allowed only after the pressure in the gas pipeline has stabilised and the gas leakage has stopped.

Until the completion of the damage assessment, it is not possible to predict the timeframe for restoration of the gas transmission infrastructure.

Update 27/09/2022

The significant pressure drop caused by the gas leak on both lines of the gas pipeline registered yesterday leads to a strong assumption of the pipeline physical damage.

Nord Stream AG immediately informed the relevant coast guards about the incident. The positions of two assumed damages have been identified and are located north-east from Bornholm in Swedish and Danish EEZ, respectively.

Currently the Swedish and Danish maritime authorities established a 5nm safety zone around the identified locations (Nautical information | Danish Maritime Authority (dma.dk)).

Nord Stream AG has started mobilization of all necessary resources for a survey campaign to assess the damages in cooperation exchange with relevant local authorities. Currently, it is not possible to estimate a timeframe for restoring the gas transport infrastructure. The causes of the incident will be clarified as a result of the investigation.

26/09/2022

Pressure drop on both strings of the gas pipeline

Tonight, the dispatchers of the Nord Stream 1 control center registered a pressure drop on both strings of the gas pipeline.

The reasons are being investigated.

About Nord Stream AG

Nord Stream AG, the operator of the Nord Stream twin offshore gas pipelines, is an international joint venture of Gazprom, Wintershall Dea, E.ON, Gasunie and Engie groups. Nord Stream’s head office and operations centre are located in Zug, Switzerland.
Nord Stream’s natural gas pipelines run in parallel through the Baltic Sea for 1,224 kilometres from Portovaya Bay, near Vyborg on the Russian coast, to Lubmin, Germany. They are the shortest connection between the vast Russian natural gas reserves and the energy markets of the European Union.
The Nord Stream Pipeline was constructed following the most stringent industry standards and environmental requirements for offshore pipelines. Safety and reliability take the highest priority for operation and maintenance.
In 2020, the Nord Stream Pipeline transported 59.2 billion cubic metres of natural gas to European consumers.


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