Danish authorities have asked ships to stay clear of a five-nautical-mile radius ahead After a few trips to Bornholm Island Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipeline leaks, Russia owns and completely shuts down the flow due to Vladimir Putin’s response to sanctions.
Denmark has activated an alert because the gas leaks are “very dangerous for marine traffic”. The leak caused a drop in pressure in two natural gas pipelines, one of which dropped from 105 bar to 7 bar.
Authorities found a “The Great Bubble Field near Bornholm”, As Nord Stream spokesman Ulrich Lissek confirmed.
The incident came shortly after the leak was discovered on Sunday in a line on Nord Stream 2, which is also in Denmark’s exclusive economic zone, but this time southeast of Bornholm.
The Danish Maritime Authority confirmed that the spill occurred in Denmark’s exclusive economic zone in the northeastern part of the Baltic Sea island of Bornholm.
The incident came shortly after the leak was discovered on Sunday night in a line in Nord Stream 2, which is also in Denmark’s exclusive economic zone, but this time southeast of Bornholm.
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