As reported on Twitter by “Biznes Alert” journalist Marius Marczykowski, Swedish Naval Office Issued a navigational warning about a “gas leak” from the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines. “This means that both Russian gas pipelines that pass through the Baltic Sea (at least part of) are inoperable,” he explained.
A spokesman for the Swedish Maritime Bureau told Reuters that Two Nord Stream 1 leaks revealed One in Sweden and the other in the Danish Economic Zone. He added that the spills were located northeast of Bornholm. It is not known what could lead to leaks.
According to the German newspaper “Tagspiegel”, Information from German government departments that the gas pipeline Nord Stream 1 and 2 may have been damaged as a result of the attack. Everything speaks against chance. But sources say investigations are still ongoing.
Gas leak from Nord Stream
As we wrote at money.pl, the Danish Energy Agency announced on Monday that There was a gas leak from one of Nord Stream 2’s lines. According to the agency, there are no security risks associated with opening the gas pipeline outside the exclusion zone. The country’s maritime administration has closed the area in the Baltic Sea southeast of Bornholm to ships.
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Ulrich Lesek, a representative of Nord Stream 2 AG, citing the “Biznes Alert” website, admitted that a hole may have appeared somewhere along the pipeline. We read “Under normal conditions, the pressure inside the pipeline is 105 bar, now it is only seven bar in the German section.”
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