BERLIN, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Gas is no longer flowing out
of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline following a leak this week that
spewed tonnes of methane into the Baltic Sea, a spokesperson for
the operator said.
"This can mean two things," spokesperson Ulrich Lissek said.
"Either the pipeline is completely empty or the pressure of the
gas in the pipeline and of the water outside have reached an
(Reporting by Thomas Escritt
Editing by Frances Kerry)