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Nord Stream 2 alternative pipeline route bypassing Denmark developed

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Nord Stream 2 AG, the operator of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project, developed a gas pipeline route bypassing Denmark without extra costs for the project, Executive Board Member of Austria’s OMV Manfred Leitner said.

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"We have developed a different route, so the Nord Stream 2 company will not require Danish approvals," Leitner said, adding that project costs can be maintained.

"The total project cost will remain the same as indicated when starting the project and amounts to 9.5 bln euro," TASS cited the top manager as saying.

OMV is one of European partners of the Russian gas holding Gazprom in this project.


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