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01 November

Denmark refuses to support the project of the Russian gas pipeline “Nord Stream-2,” despite the current energy crisis. This was stated by Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen. “The Danish government still opposes “Nord Stream -2.” The situation in the energy markets has not changed our position in this regard. Yes, we gave permission for its […]

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18 October

The first line of the “Nord Stream-2” gas pipeline is filled with technical gas and ready for operation. Commissioning works on the second line are continuing. This is stated in a press release on the website of the construction operator Nord Stream 2 AG. The first line is filled with so-called technical gas in the […]

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14 October

At the same time, Republican Senator Ted Cruz demands decisive action from the Washington administration. While President Joe Biden heads it, the Washington administration does not intend to impose sanctions on the “Nord Stream-2” gas pipeline, which the U.S. Congress insists on. Politico reported this, citing sources describing the differences between the White House and […]

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12 October

This was stated by the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen. The European Union is considering various ways to ensure stable natural gas supplies to Ukraine this winter, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Tuesday. According to her, fuel to Ukraine can come from Slovakia. “The Commission, together with […]

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06 October

Oil and gas prices renew multi-year highs. The rapid rise in energy prices caused alarm among European leaders, and on Wednesday, volatility in world markets, giving rise to fears about a possible winter fuel crisis that could play into the hands of Russia, with its natural gas reserves. U.S. oil prices briefly peaked in almost […]

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06 October

The German Federal Grid Agency has threatened Nord Stream 2 AG, the operator of “Nord Stream-2,” with “immediate” proceedings if the company fails to confirm the compliance of the gas pipeline with the requirements of EU legislation. The regulator noted that all the technical conditions for the launch of the “Nord Stream-2” had been fulfilled, […]

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04 October

The United States is not yet ready to comment on reports about the start of filling the “Nord Stream-2” gas pipeline. Still, it considers the project to be geopolitical and continues to oppose its implementation, Department of State spokesman Ned Price said. “We have no concrete reaction to the statement you refer to. Our policy, […]

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04 October

The futures price of gas in Europe, which almost reached $ 1,200 per thousand cubic meters on Monday, fell below $ 1,130 on the news on “Nord Stream-2,” according to ICE Futures trading data. The price of the November futures on the Dutch TTF index, the most liquid European hub, on Monday almost reached the […]

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30 September

Washington received only vague promises from Berlin, said Jim Risch, a senior Republican of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee. The actions of the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden in relation to the Russian “Nord Stream-2” project contradict the decisions of Congress and the interests of Washington’s European allies. Jim Risch, a senior Republican of […]

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24 September

The House of Representatives of the U.S. Congress has adopted a defense budget that provides tougher sanctions against Moscow. 316 people voted for it, 113 against it. In particular, the document includes amendments on expanding restrictions against Russia’s sovereign debt, on the possibility of introducing personal sanctions against a whole list of officials, as well […]

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