Nord Stream Gas Pipelines Unlikely to Be Repaired

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The Nord Stream gas pipelines damaged in mysterious blasts last September could in theory be repaired if political conditions improve over the next couple of years, but lower volumes of Russian gas imports mean they may no longer be needed, according to French gas giant Engie, a shareholder in one of the two pipelines.

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