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Work starts on Nord Stream 2’s construction

On 5 September, the Nord Stream 2 company began laying the first pipes in the Gulf of Finland, thus marking the start of the gas pipeline’s construction. 

Analyses
2018-09-12
Agata Łoskot-Strachota

On 30th November the Danish parliament amended the law on the continental shelf in the section which concerns consent to lay pipelines and cables in Danish territorial sea.

Analyses
2017-12-06
Piotr Szymański

On 28 March, the European Commission sent a letter to the governments of Denmark and Sweden, in which it confirmed its position on Nord Stream 2.

Analyses
2017-04-05
Agata Łoskot-Strachota
Szymon Kardaś
Piotr Szymański

Sweden, Finland and Denmark have seen a revival of the debate on the Nord Stream 2 project in recent months.

OSW Commentary
2016-10-12
Justyna Gotkowska
Piotr Szymański

The Parliament of Lithuania has appealed to the government to take action to halt the construction of the Astravyets nuclear power plant in Belarus.

Analyses
2016-05-18
Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

The LNG terminal puts Gazprom under pressure as the Russian company remains an important gas supplier for Lithuania.

Analyses
2016-02-03
Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

The contract with Statoil will be the first time an alternative to gas supplies from Gazprom has been made possible.

Analyses
2014-09-03
Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

By taking control of Gazprom’s shares, Lithuania has marked the beginning of new relations between Vilnius and the Russian company.

Analyses
2014-06-25
Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

Gazprom must take into account that its position on the Lithuanian market is different today than it was in 2004.

Analyses
2014-06-04
Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

On 12 April the Lithuanian media reported that there was a draft memorandum between the Lithuanian government and Russia’s Gazprom. According to this document Gazprom would reduce the price of gas by 20%. In exchange the Algirdas Butkevicius government would guarantee the safe transit of gas to Kaliningrad, extend the long-term gas contract with Gazprom until 2020, postpone the implementation of the third energy package for 31 October 2015, and freeze all litigation against Gazprom in arbitration and courts.

Analyses
2013-04-17
Artur Ciechanowicz

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