Gazprom will disclose the arrangement for financing the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline before the end of March, the company’s deputy chief executive, Alexander Medvedev, said in an interview with the Financial Times.
Gazprom had signed an agreement with its European partners to finance the pipeline via a project company, but Polish regulators sought to block the company from becoming a joint venture. Gazprom and its European partners later said they would seek a new cooperation arrangement.
"Theoretically, Gazprom could carry the whole cost...
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