Russia will be able to find a ship that will complete the “Nord stream-2,” said the head of the Austrian oil company OMV, which is financing the project, Rainer Seele in an interview with Bloomberg. Seele could not name the exact timing and method of laying pipe, but I’m willing to bet “that the ship will find.” Besides, in this area of the Baltic sea depths is small and some kind of super technologies is not required, said green.
Earlier it was reported that “SP-2” will finish laying vessel “Akademik Chersky” after additional training to work in the conditions of the Baltic sea. On 9 February, the ship left the port of Nakhodka in the far East, where he stood in October, and went to Singapore. His arrival is expected on February 22.
“and the stream-2” consists of two pipelines with a total capacity of 55 billion cubic meters of gas per year. They laid off the coast of Russia through the Baltic sea to Germany. The pipeline passes through the territory of Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany to bypass transit countries: Ukraine, Belarus, Poland etc.
Germany and Austria are supporting the Russian project, being interested in the reliable supply of fuel. For the construction of the pipeline performs Norway, the government which owns 30% of the shares of the contractor company.