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A European Pipeline

Energy infrastructure for the future.

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A deep dive into building essential European infrastructure

A Pipe’s Journey from Steel to Storage

Insights into Europe’s largest infrastructure project

Sept. 4, 2020 | Stockholm, Sweden/Zug, Switzerland

Impacts of Nord Stream 2 Construction in Swedish Waters were Minor, Local and Short-term

July 20, 2020 | Zug, Switzerland/Moscow, Russia

Visioning Study for Sustainable Management of Kurgalsky Nature Reserve Released

June 10, 2020 | Helsinki, Finland/Zug, Switzerland

Impacts of Nord Stream 2 Construction in Finland Were in Line With or Smaller Than Assessed

Environmental and Social Information Portal

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Meet Mikhail Karavayev, Construction Foreman

By 2035, the EU will need to import about 120 bcm more gas per year

The production outlooks of major gas producers such as Netherlands and UK, as well as Norway, are falling. At the same time, demand for gas is expected to continue, owing to its lower carbon qualities. This means that the EU will need to import more gas. Nord Stream 2 will have the capacity to meet about one third of the EU’s import requirement.

May 25, 2020 | Zug, Switzerland/Moscow, Russia

Nord Stream 2 Welcomes Ramsar Advisory Mission Report

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On Board the Pioneering Spirit

Generating electricity from gas instead of coal produces

50 percent less CO₂

Switching from coal-fired power generation to gas can help the EU meet its goal of reducing CO₂ emissions 40 percent by 2030 compared to 1990 levels. In fact, Nord Stream 2 could save about 14 percent of the EU‘s total CO₂ emissions from power generation if natural gas from the pipeline were used to replace coal-fired power stations.

Natural Gas Supports Meeting Climate Targets

Sept. 4, 2020 | Stockholm, Sweden/Zug, Switzerland

Impacts of Nord Stream 2 Construction in Swedish Waters were Minor, Local and Short-term

Environmental and Social Information Portal

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Meet Mikhail Karavayev, Construction Foreman

July 20, 2020 | Zug, Switzerland/Moscow, Russia

Visioning Study for Sustainable Management of Kurgalsky Nature Reserve Released

By 2035, the EU will need to import about 120 bcm more gas per year

The production outlooks of major gas producers such as Netherlands and UK, as well as Norway, are falling. At the same time, demand for gas is expected to continue, owing to its lower carbon qualities. This means that the EU will need to import more gas. Nord Stream 2 will have the capacity to meet about one third of the EU’s import requirement.

Generating electricity from gas instead of coal produces

50 percent less CO₂

Switching from coal-fired power generation to gas can help the EU meet its goal of reducing CO₂ emissions 40 percent by 2030 compared to 1990 levels. In fact, Nord Stream 2 could save about 14 percent of the EU‘s total CO₂ emissions from power generation if natural gas from the pipeline were used to replace coal-fired power stations.

June 10, 2020 | Helsinki, Finland/Zug, Switzerland

Impacts of Nord Stream 2 Construction in Finland Were in Line With or Smaller Than Assessed

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A European Pipeline – Energy infrastructure for the future.