Nord Stream

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Nord Stream (Russian: Северный поток, Severny potok) is a system of offshore natural gas pipelines in Europe. They are running under the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany. It includes two pipelines running from Vyborg in northwestern Russia to Lubmin near Greifswald in northeastern Germany forming the original Nord Stream (also known as Nord Stream 1;[1] and two further pipelines running from Ust-Luga in northwestern Russia to Lubmin termed Nord Stream 2.

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  1. Kuzmin, Andrey (21 December 2019). "Russia to go ahead with gas pipe project despite U.S. sanctions". Reuters. Retrieved 3 September 2020.