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Denmark Investigating Nord Stream 2 Leak

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The Danish authorities are investigating a suspected gas leak from the Nord Stream 2 pipeline near the island of Bornholm.

  • Nord Stream 2's operator said pressure in the undersea pipeline, which had contained some amount of gas sealed inside despite never becoming operational, dropped from 105 to 7 bars overnight.
  • It is not yet clear what has caused the leak. The German government has shown no intent to reinstate the pipeline as an alternative to Nord Stream 1 now commitments have been made to move away from Russian flows.
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The Danish authorities are investigating a suspected gas leak from the Nord Stream 2 pipeline near the island of Bornholm.

  • Nord Stream 2's operator said pressure in the undersea pipeline, which had contained some amount of gas sealed inside despite never becoming operational, dropped from 105 to 7 bars overnight.
  • It is not yet clear what has caused the leak. The German government has shown no intent to reinstate the pipeline as an alternative to Nord Stream 1 now commitments have been made to move away from Russian flows.