According to the representative of the operating company, the preparation process includes “clearing the territory, completing the construction of administrative buildings, as well as preparing for installation work in the landfall zone”.
The interlocutor of the agency stressed that all construction work "is carried out in accordance with permits."
Recall, the Government of Germany issued a permit to build a gas pipeline at the end of March. Consent to laying the “Nord Stream-2” also provided Finland. In the coming months, the operator expects permission from Sweden and Denmark.
The project involves the construction of two gas lines with a total capacity of 55 billion cubic meters per year. New pipelines are being laid near the current Nord Stream.