Nord Stream delivers record gas

The twin-trunkline Nord Stream system through the Baltic Sea transported 58.8 bcm of Russian natural gas to consumers in Europe last year.

Offshore staff

ZUG, Switzerland – The twin-trunkline Nord Stream system through the Baltic Sea transported 58.8 bcm of Russian natural gas to consumers in Europe last year.

This represented the highest delivery since the start of operations, according to the Nord Stream AG consortium. Since construction of the second line finished in October 2012, the system has transported a total of 264.1 bcm.

The 1,224-km (760-mi) pipeline system extends from Vyborg in northwest Russia to Lubmin near Greifswald, northern Germany, providing the shortest connection for European consumers to the gas reserves in northern Russia.

02/22/2019

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