Russia Today: EU wants Russians to share Nord Stream pipeline

The European Commission wants pipelines linking Russia and Europe through Nord Stream to reserve up to half of capacity for third party suppliers. Analysts wonder whether this could endanger deliveries of Russian gas to Europe.

The European regulator says NEL and OPAL – the pipelines connecting Nord Stream with the European infrastructure – should deliver gas form countries other than Russia. Norway, the Netherlands and Poland are among the most likely users of the pipelines, Vladimir Rozhankovsky, head of research at Nord Capital in Moscow, told Business RT.  MORE

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