- The Nord Stream 1 pipeline has stopped leaking gas, Danish authorities said on Sunday, a day after they said leaks at Nord Stream 2 had ended.
The company Nord Stream AG informed the Danish Energy Agency that the pressure in Nord Stream 1 has apparently stabilized.
“The company Nord Stream AG has informed the Danish Energy Agency that the pressure in the two Nord Stream 1 pipelines appears to have stabilized. This indicates that the outflow of gas from the two leaks has apparently ceased,” indicated via Twitter lka Danish agency.
On Saturday the Danish agency had said that gas had stopped leaking from Nord Stream 2 into the Baltic Sea.
Underwater explosions caused huge methane spills days ago in Nord Stream I and 2. Investigations showed hundreds of kilograms of explosives were used.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday accused the West of sabotaging Russian-made pipelines, which has been rejected by both the United States and its allies.
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