Nord Stream commissions steel pipe for Nord Stream project

Nord Stream has commissioned Europipe (Germany), OMK (Russia), and Sumitomo (Japan) to supply a total of 1 million tons (907,000 metric tons) of steel pipe for the construction of the second pipeline for the Nord Stream project.

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ZUG, Switzerland -- Nord Stream has commissioned Europipe (Germany), OMK (Russia), and Sumitomo (Japan) to supply a total of 1 million tons (907,000 metric tons) of steel pipe for the construction of the second pipeline for the Nord Stream project.

Delivery of the pipe for the second line are scheduled to begin in May.

01/22/2010

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