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  • Incident on the Nord Stream Pipeline (updated 14/11/2022)
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Incident on the Nord Stream Pipeline (updated 14/11/2022)
On 1 November 2022, Danish Geodata Agency granted Nord Stream AG a permit for surveying the pipeline rupture location in the Danish exclusive economic zone.

However, until recently access to the relevant damage sites for a hydrographic survey was not possible due to the exclusion zone established by the Danish Maritime Authority.

On 11 November 2022, the radius of the exclusion zone for maritime navigation has been decreased from 5 nautical miles to 500 meters around the pipeline damage zone. At the same time, the Danish Maritime Authority has granted Nord Stream AG an exemption that allows, under certain conditions, including weather, to approach the damage area at a distance sufficient to carry out part of relevant works.

Immediately after receiving permission to enter the restricted area, the vessel chartered by Nord Stream AG moved into the area of damage and began to survey the pipeline rupture points. The duration of the survey will depend on access restrictions to the damaged area related to weather conditions.

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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