"The Castro 10 vessel is working on the eastbound stretch. It has laid roughly 30 kilometers [of pipes] making up two strings – that’s around 15 kilometers of each string," Jens Mueller said.
Construction is underway in German waters, up to 32 feet deep. A second pipe-laying vessel is expected to arrive in the coming months to help finish the construction of the German segment by the end of 2018, the spokesman said. He explained that construction work was to wrap up before the start of the herring spawning season.
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