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Advisor: Nord Stream II necessary to reach energy targets

If the EU wants to reach its goal of greater supply security, more sustainability, and affordability in energy, it will require more gas on the market, according to an advisor from Nord Stream II, who rejects the concern that the project will lead to price increases in some parts of Europe.

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If Russia's Gazprom is allowed to construct its new gas pipeline, Nord Stream II, this could be a big step towards reaching the targets set by the EU Commission for the energy union, according to Sebastian Sass, who is an advisor and EU representative for the Nord Stream II project.

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