A foreign ship joined the construction of the Nord Stream 2


The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project is supported in Europe. This can be evidenced by the continuous rotation of stone-laying vessels, which continue to sketch stones on the constructed section of the gas pipeline. This is necessary to stabilize already laid pipes.


The Marinetraffic navigation portal informs that the Bravenes vessel (the flag of the Netherlands) has now arrived at the pipeline section in the waters of Sweden. It will conduct underwater work in the coming months.

Before that, three other stone layers worked at the gas pipeline: Stornes, Nordnes and Rockpiper. So the company from the Netherlands continues to fulfill a contract for 250 million euros to stabilize the gas pipeline at the bottom of the Baltic Sea.

It should be noted that US sanctions affect only those vessels that conduct direct pipe laying. Therefore, stone-laying and other vessels engaged in other types of work at Nord Stream 2 continue to work.


Recently reported as a multifunctional offshore support vessel Stril Explorer (flag of Norway) conducts inspection work on the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline. The operation of the vessel includes visual inspection and instrumental control of the gas pipeline using underwater vehicles with remote control. So Europeans are very careful about Nord Stream-2.
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  1. Afinogen Offline
    Afinogen (Afinogen) April 2 2020 21: 36
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    It should be noted that US sanctions affect only those vessels that conduct direct pipe laying. Therefore, stone-laying and other vessels engaged in other types of work at Nord Stream 2 continue to work.

    Сейчас америкосы наверстают упущенное, они же должны как-то "отблагодарить" Путина за то, что он послал самолеты с мед. оборудованием в Америкосию. Введут санкции и против этих кораблей. В России нет таких судов, чтоб заменить.
    1. GRF Offline
      GRF April 3 2020 06: 03
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      So, will appear ...
      And the owners of the ships, indeed, could have given the property rights of these ships to Gazprom in advance for the duration of the work in order to protect themselves ...
      1. mor7d Offline
        mor7d (mor7d) April 3 2020 15: 35
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        transfer ownership of these vessels to Gazprom

        What is the benefit? Then Gazprom would fall under sanctions, and this is much worse.
    2. mor7d Offline
      mor7d (mor7d) April 3 2020 15: 34
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      Now the Americans are catching up

      I don’t think so. Everything will be in order, no one will disturb them. Europeans need a sketch of stones because otherwise this pipe may float up or change its location.
  2. Arkharov Offline
    Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) April 3 2020 07: 42
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    I have not heard about such interesting ships. The main thing is that then these vessels should not have any problems in their further work, otherwise they will have to throw stones at the Mariana Trench until the end of their service.
    1. Lieutenant Rzhevsky I April 3 2020 12: 51
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      You just need to read more than just the manual.
    2. Dear sofa expert. April 3 2020 13: 22
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      The ears are small, apparently so you don’t hear anything. Take a trip to Holland and look with your eyes. Then you will report to us.
      1. mor7d Offline
        mor7d (mor7d) April 3 2020 15: 37
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        Then report to us

        You are a former military man, huh? I guessed?
      2. Arkharov Offline
        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) April 3 2020 17: 57
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        For your overall development: there is no longer Holland, there is only the Netherlands.
  3. mor7d Offline
    mor7d (mor7d) April 3 2020 15: 31
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    This can be evidenced by the ongoing rotation of stone-laying vessels, which continue to sketch stones on the constructed section of the gas pipeline

    This indicates that they do not want this pipe to emerge in the middle of the sea.