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MOSCOW, September 21. /TASS/. Gazprom intends to inform about arrangements with European partners concerning implementation of the Nord Stream-2 project at the St. Petersburg International Gas Forum to be held on October 4-7, official spokesperson of the Russian gas holding Sergei Kupriyanov said on Wednesday on the air with RBC TV Channel.
"Capacity utilization of the Nord Stream-1 is 83%. This characterizes and tells a lot. Concerning the Nord Stream-2, we are working on track; al the preparatory procedures are underway. We expect we will be able to announce certain decisions made in cooperation with our European partners within the implementation framework of this project and its further progress by joint efforts on October 4 at the St. Petersburg International Gas Forum," Kupriyanov said.
"As far as the Turkish Stream is concerned, we are proceeding very quickly with our Turkish partners. We already received a number of permits. I think we will shortly come to signing the intergovernmental agreement, which will make possible to transfer this project from the preparation stage to execution," the spokesperson added.