Construction on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline in the Baltic Sea is set to resume next week, a company spokesman said on Saturday, APA reports citing DW.
Work on the pipeline was at a standstill for a year as companies working on the project pulled out under the pressure of sanctions from the United States.
The company leading the project said it aims to get back to work by December 5.
The 1,230-kilometer (764-mile) pipeline will bring natural gas from Russia's Siberian gas fields to Germany, Europe's biggest economy.
Nord Stream 2, which largely follows the route of the original Nord Stream pipeline, will double the amount of natural gas that Germany can import from Russia. The system is designed to deliver up to 55 billion cubic meters (1,942 trillion cubic feet) per year once completed.