The permission to build the Nord Stream-2 pipeline was agreed by the Federal Office for Shipping and Hydrography of Germany (BSH) on Tuesday, March 27.
This coordinating document endorses the laying of a gas pipeline across the special economic zone in the Baltic Sea. The department does not see obstacles to the implementation of the project on the seabed by a length of 31 kilometers.
In January, Germany issued a permit for the construction of a gas pipeline in territorial waters (within 12 n miles).
Thus, the company operator Nord Stream 2 AG received the necessary approval for the construction of Nord Stream-2 in Germany.
The gas pipeline project involves the construction of two of its threads with a total capacity of 55 billion cubic meters of gas per year from the Russian coast through the Baltic Sea to the FRG.