Here's what's at stake if Russia doesn't get a key European gas pipeline back up and running this week


Investors will soon find out whether the world’s largest subsea pipeline, all 759 miles of it sitting under the Baltic Sea, will save Europe from a potentially devastating winter. The so-called Nord Stream 1 pipeline, which normally transmits 55 billion cubic meters of natural gas a year from Russia to Germany, has been under planned repairs since July 11, and scheduled to be back up and runni...

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