Oil and Gas, EU Commission
Poland will not be able to disrupt the project "Nord Stream 2". This was reported by Wintershall board member Tilo Wieland.
MEPs from countries receiving transit money from Russia continue to worry about the fate of the bypassing gas pipelines Opal and Nord Stream-2.
Russia would be able to use Nord Stream-1 and Nord Stream-2 gas pipelines to blackmail Europe, the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Vitold Vashchikovskiy stated.
It seems that Gazprom has managed to find an approach to the European officials.
Gazprom is close to resolving a long-standing high-profile antitrust case in the EU through significant, but not radical concessions.
The Commercial Director of Nord Stream 2 Reinhard Ontid also added that a gas deficit in Europe would appear by 2020.
Monopoly has reserved distribution capacities in Germany.
The decision to provide Gazprom with the additional capacity in the Opal pipeline complies with EU legislation.Edited by Rhod Mackenzie / 2017-03-07 09:14:45
The decision to provide additional capacity in the Opal pipeline for Gazprom complied with the EU legislation, the EC vice-president for energy union Maroš Šefčovič told reporters on
Bundesnetzagentur (Federal Network Agency of Germany) believes that there are no legislative obstacles for the construction of “Nord Stream-2” gas pipeline, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitu
Russia and the European Commission share a common position on the Opal gas pipeline.