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“Nord stream-2” has sunk into oblivion

Quiet and deserted at the receiving terminal of the Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in Lubmin, Germany. After the Russian attack on Ukraine, this project, around which there was so much noise, turned into an investment ruin at the bottom of the Baltic. Its German financiers, Wintershall Dea and Uniper, wrote off about 1 billion euros each and do not intend to return to it. Uniper is now building an LNG terminal.

Author: Andrey Gurkov

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