Denmark's Energy Agency said Sunday that it had been informed by Nord Stream AG that it had reached stable pressure in the damaged Nord Stream 1 pipeline, indicating that the outflow of natural gas from the latest leaks had stopped, Reuters reported.
Last week, a total of four leaks were discovered at Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines in the Baltic Sea near Denmark and Sweden.
Although none of the pipelines were in use at the time of the alleged explosions, they were filled with gas that had been erupting on the surface of the Baltic Sea since Monday, the media noted.
On the night of September 26 there was a leak on one of the strings of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline. It happened in the Danish Exclusive Economic Zone southeast of Bornholm Island. There were also gas leaks from both strings of the first Nord Stream northeast of Bornholm.