Fortuna, the Russian pipe-laying ship went away from the Baltic Sea, where the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline construction site exists. This shows that perhaps an area of 2.6 kilometers has developed in German waters.
The project, which will send gas from Russia to the countries in western Europe, was started over early December after a one-year delay as a result of U.S. sanctions.
The operation of pipe laying, said to be a threat to Europe’s energy safety, will likely cost 9.5 billion euros.
Next month the project by Gazprom (Gas industry company) and western companions will move over to Denmark. Over 90% of the work has been finished and over 100 kilometers still remains.