"Denmark is still hesitating, but now the gas pipeline nord stream 2 started to be built in Swedish waters. Despite several governments ' concerns have concerns have already been added along the nearly one-third of the 1 200 kilometre pipeline should go."
"Rörläggningsskeppet Solitaire has been moved from the Finnish water and now put the first tubes in the Swedish part of the Baltic sea, reports the P4 Blekinge."
"It is a rysklett project, which aims to increase Russia's export of natural gas to Western europe. But thus it would deprive the Ukraine – home to important land-based transit pipelines – high incomes, and be able to make the country even more vulnerable to Russian aggression, fear, politicians in the EU."
"In the Baltic sea touches the building in the first place, with five countries; Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany."
"Suspicious of Russia's intentions has, however, contributed to the fact that Denmark has not yet approved the management – which means that it can end up being even closer to the Swedish coast."
"According to the original plan, the management would go through the Danish water fall on Bornholm. But because the Danish approval delay has the nord stream consortium also sought permission for a draw between the Danish island of sweden. Then it would go about a landmil out from the Österlen coast."
"And the Danish TV2 reports that because it is international waters, Denmark may not say no to the draw, in addition to the environmental reasons. Some of the greater ones have not been found, according to consulting firm Rambölls statement at the Beach in november."
"Nordstream 2's fate may therefore be determined by the Angela Merkel's successor as chancellor of Germany, writes researcher Constanze Stelzenmüller in a post in The Financial Times."
"The new CDU leader, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer has criticised the gas pipeline. And according to Stelzenmüller, she has two opportunities to stop it. "
"But both of these options teach cause considerable political and financial discomfort, according to the German researcher."
"the gas Pipelines on the Baltic seabed is one of several routes, Russia has to export natural gas in Europe. But they are controversial both for environmental reasons and political reasons."
"The first nord stream, from Vyborg in Russia to Greifswald in Germany, was inaugurated in 2011. The new nord stream 2 is supposed to go in parallel with the old, and to expand the capacity so much that they have been so important landledningarna through Ukraine less than needed."
"the Wires majoritetsägs of the Russian state Gazprom. Also EU companies Eon, Gasunie, and GDF Suez is a shareholder."