Russia's Gazprom says European partners fulfilled Nord Stream-2 obligations in 2017
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FILE PHOTO - Gazprom's Chief Executive Alexei Miller attends a ceremony marking the start of the production of large-diameter pipes for Russian gas giant Gazprom, at Zagorsk Pipe Plant (ZTZ) outside Moscow, Russia May 29, 2017. Picture taken May 29, 2017. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Alexei Miller, head of Russian gas giant Gazprom (GAZP.MM), said in a conference call on Tuesday that its European partners in the Nord Stream-2 pipeline project have fulfilled their financing obligations for 2017.
The pipeline will allow state-owned Gazprom to pump more gas to Europe, where the project has divided opinion.