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Bonn. Contribution for the controversial Baltic Sea Gaspipeline Nord Stream 2: The Federal Network Agency has provisionally suspended its method for the certification of Nord Stream 2. The Greens welcome the decision.

 Die Bundesnetzagentur setzt ihr Verfahren zur Freigabe des Gastransports durch die Gaspipeline Nord Stream 2 vorläufig aus. © Jens Büttner The Federal Network Agency sets its method for releasing the gas transport by the gas pipeline Nord Stream 2.

The Federal Network Agency sets its procedure for releasing the gas transport by the gas pipeline Nord Stream 2. First, the operator company must be organized according to German law, the authority announced on Tuesday. Without the certification by the Federal Network Agency, gas transport is not permitted by the completed Baltic Sea pipeline in the German internal market. It threatens about fines.

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According to the EU gas directive, operation of the management and distribution of the gas must be sufficiently separated. According to the Federal North North Stream 2 AG, behind which the Russian gas company Gazprom is determined, decided to set up a subsidiary under German law for the German part of the management. These should become the owner of the German part of the pipeline and operate this. The certification procedure remain exposed until the transfer of substantial assets and personnel funds to the subsidiary was completed. The authority can then continue their exam. A deadline for the procedure is in January.

Even if the Federal Network Agency gives green light, a review by the European Commission is scheduled. This could leave up to four months for time. After that, the Federal Network Agency would have for two months for a possible final certification.

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The Greens have welcomed the decision of the Federal Network Agency. "The Federal Network Agency is examining law and law and that's a good thing," said Greens faction vice Oliver Krischer of our editorial staff. "Gazprom does not want to pay with the German and European Law and in the end in Germany, but in Switzerland, the significantly lower taxes. The Federal Network Agency today made a stroke through this. "Krischer, which is involved in the coalition negotiations with SPD and FDP, also said:" Nord Stream 2 is not needed, so Gazprom and Gerhard Schröder also have to trick so much. "In German legislation is clip and clear that an independent network operator in this country needs a German legal form. "It is always the impression that Gazprom does not take the German and European legislation seriously." Krischer now expects a delay. "This will significantly shift the commissioning of the pipeline and probably no role in this winter," said the Greens politician.

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