The landfall facility of the Baltic Sea pipeline Nord Stream 2 is pictured in Lubmin, Germany, in September 2020. Photo via REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke.
News last week that the U.S. might not sanction German companies that take part in the project doesn’t mean the battle over the pipeline has cooled down. From Clean Energy Wire.

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