Gazprom and Petrovietnam point high level of long-term partnership

Nord Stream gas pipeline connected to the European OPAL

The last joint that connects the first line of Nord Stream gas pipeline to the European OPAL gas pipeline has been welded in Lubmin (German land of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern). It is through it that Russian gas will be directly delivered to the European market, bypassing transit countries.

The last seam of the first line of the Nord Stream gas link is welded on Russian territory

Welding of the "golden seam" − the last one − of the first line of the Nord Stream gas pipeline in the Russian sector has taken place. It connects the coastal section of the pipeline in Portovaya Bay with the offshore section, passing under the Baltic Sea to the German coast.

Preparations for feeding gas into Nord Stream completed

Construction and testing of Polyarnaya Zvezda and Severnoye Siyaniye drilling rigs completed

Pipe-laying of Nord Stream second line completed in the Gulf of Finland

The Solitaire vessel has completed the pipe-laying operation of the second line of Nord Stream in the Gulf of Finland ahead of schedule. Pipe-laying of the two lines, on sections with length 342.5 km of each, was carried out by the world’s largest pipe-laying ship “Solitaire” owned by Allseas company.

Roadmap on gas supplies to Korea to be signed between Gazprom and Kogas soon

Gerhard Schröder confident European demand for Russian gas will only grow

Europe, and especially Germany, will continue to depend on Russian gas supplies, but this dependence is mutual. This was stated by the former Chancellor of Germany, and chairman of the board of Nord Stream, Gerhard Schröder during an interview with German newspaper Handelsblatt.

Alexander Medvedev and Lim Jock Seng discuss prospects for cooperation in gas sector