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A memorandum has been signed between Gazprom, E.on, OMV, and Shell to look at the possibility of expanding the Nord Stream pipeline project, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak confirmed in St. Petersburg on Thursday. Speaking to journalists on the side-lines of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF 2015), Novak added that an expansion by two additional lines - amounting 55 billion cubic metres in addition to the 55 billion of the first two lines - require a detailed examination of the framework conditions such as economic circumstances and European legislature among others. The Nord Stream pipeline runs from Vyborg in Russia to Greifswald in Germany via the Baltic Sea and includes two parallel lines at 1,222 kilometres (759 miles) in length. It is meant to disconnect Western Europe from the transit route via Ukraine. The construction of a third and fourth line had been planned, however was put on hold at the beginning of 2015.
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