Трубоукладчик «Академик Черский» после месяца стоянки в немецком порту Мукран, который является логистической базой проекта «Северный поток — 2»), ушел обратно в Калининград, гласят данные портала по отслеживанию судов Marine Traffic.
По информации ресурса, вечером в четверг, 26 ноября, «Академик Черский» взял курс на этот город.
Одилается, что судно приплывет в Калининград 28 ноября.
Not many clubs are in a position to turn their noses up at a chance to sign someone of Diego Costa's ilk for nothing - but they'll sure be plenty steering well clear.
For Costa is a conundrum, and signing him is like deciding to place a large stake on red or black at the Roulette table.
The benefits are obvious but there is an element of risk attached, and the outcome could go either way.
At the moment it is Arsenal who are weighing up whether to gamble or not.
After the start to the season they've had, perhaps Mikel Arteta feels like they've got nothing to lose but he'll have to be prepared to take the yin with the yang.
A few years back the decision would have been easier, but Costa is 32 now and not the striker he once was.
If he was, Atletico Madrid would have never decided to terminate his contract early.
But there is still enough left in the tank to have Arsenal mulling over a move for him.
Arsenal will be well aware of what they're getting with Costa, who spent three successful years on these shores with Chelsea. Naturally, it came to an abrupt and acrimonious end.
But for all of Costa's goals - 58 to be exact - there were plenty of wild and controversial moments which has brought his professionalism into question.
From on-the-pitch rows and throwing bibs at Jose Mourinho to telling Antonio Conte he wanted to leave on his first day in charge and abducting him during a press conference.
And there have been many more similar incidents like those throughout Costa's career.
When he first joined Atletico in 2007, he was shipped out on loan every season until he was sold to Real Valladolid for one year and then re-signed in 2010.
Keen to prove his stripes, of course Costa arrived four days late and overweight for pre-season. When asked for an explanation, Costa said: 'Blame my mum for being too good of a cook.'
It is that candid side of Costa which endeared him to former Celta Vigo boss Alejandro Menendez during his loan spell at the club.
Menendez once said: 'If he turned up late, he wouldn't give you a load of bull****. None of the usual, "the alarm didn't go off" rubbish.
'Instead, he'd tell me he'd been up most of the night playing PlayStation. It made me really warm to him.'
But not everyone takes to Costa. In England, he was one of the most hated players and was regularly the target of scorn from opposition fans - though one suspects he would've been welcomed with open arms if he was playing for their clubs.
While it felt like every other game that Costa was involved in some kind of bust up or another.
But for all the frustration he can bring, there is also something alluring about Costa. He is almost the naughty kid in the class that many can't help but like.
He can be problematic but a valuable member of a squad too. Costa has an aggressive and determined personality and is the type of person who wouldn't shy away if a team-mate is in need.
On his first day at Chelsea, he told John Terry, Branislav Ivanovic and Gary Cahill: 'I go to war. You come with me.'
At Atletico he was well liked and the entertainer in the group. His former team-mate Paulo Assuncao once claimed when they would stay in hotels for away matches, Costa would sneak into unsuspecting club doctors' rooms and kidnap them and lock coaching staff in the sauna and fill the jacuzzi with shaving foam.
Remembering another one of the Costa's legendary gags, Assuncao said: 'Diego got a big bottle of water and put it on top of a newspaper showing a picture of a topless model.
'He called Maniche over and said, "If you look through the bottle you'll see a naked woman". Just as Maniche was bending over to take a look Diego squeezed the bottle and soaked him, saying, "How on earth do you expect the poor girl to take her clothes off if you're watching?"'
So that is what Arsenal may be letting themselves in for. But on his day, Costa can be a match winner.
These days, they are less frequent but Costa has shown enough in his seven games for Atletico this season that he can still contribute at the top level.
Despite a lack of game time, the striker has still averaged almost a goal every 102 minutes and goals is what Arsenal are lacking at the minute.
Arteta's men have managed just 15 in the Premier League all season - only the bottom four have fewer - so it's not hard to understand why the Arsenal boss is considering trying to sign Costa.
It may well turn out to be a masterstroke if they can get a deal over the line. Equally, signing him could transpire be a bullet they wished they dodged.
Given their recent recruitment, Arsenal can ill-afford more misses. So they must think long and hard whether it's worth laying down their chips or walking away from the table.
She's mom to a three-year-old daughter and a baby son.
But Amanda Seyfried's best friend remains her devoted Aussie-Border Collie mix Finn.
And on Wednesday, the actress, 35, shared a funny photo of her dog with a duckling on his head while appearing on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
The duckling is one of the two dozen animals on the farm Seyfried shares with her actor husband Thomas Sadoski.
The couple married in 2017 shortly before the birth of their daughter Nina.
The Mama Mia! star gave birth to their son Thomas Jr. in September.
The photo of Finn with the duckling on his head was a huge hit with Clarkson, although she worried: 'Does he not ever try to eat them, or bite at them?'
Seyfriend explained that the pooch is way chill and shared pics of him with other things on his head including pizza and a cheeseburger.
In addition to her dog and ducks, her other farm animals include ponies, horses, donkeys, goats, chickens and a cat.
'You just described them all like a family. You described them like the characters in a film,' Clarkson exclaimed.
'There should be a film made of them,' Seyfried replied. 'I should make that happen.'
She made an embarrassing blunder when presenting her BBC Two news show back in June 2019, accidentally saying Jeremy Hunt's surname was C***.
And Victoria Derbyshire, 52, reflected on the 'awful' time she mispronounced the politician's name live on air during Thursday's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here.
The journalist spoke about the incident during a chat with her campmates about their worst days, adding that the experience was 'excruciating'.
Victoria said: 'I mispronounced his name, it was excruciating, it was awful, I buried my head in my hands.'
Although Victoria wasn't amused after making the mistake, the other celebrities in the Welsh camp seemed to enjoy the tale and laughed as she told the story.
Talking in the Telegraph, Giovanna Fletcher said: 'It's quite comforting knowing whoever you are or whatever you do, we all have those days where it's just not going your way.'
The journalist's gaffe happened on her weekday news and current affairs programme during a four-way debate over who should be the next Tory leader in June 2019.
Victoria said at the time that she was especially embarrassed because it was usually men who made the mistake.
Addressing Conservative MP Steve Brine, she said: 'You say the man you are backing, Jeremy C*** ... I'm so sorry, Jeremy Hunt.
'I've never said that before in my life. It's normally men who say that so I really, really want to apologise.'
The BBC's subtitle service managed to avoid further embarrassment by substituting the word with 'EXPLETIVE'.
Victoria also later tweeted: 'Apologies again and I meant it's been mostly men on air, male broadcasters, who have ended up getting his name wrong.
'Am not saying men generally go around saying the word! That's what was in my head - appreciate it didn't come out like that. Sorry again!'.
During the conversation about worst days on I'm A Celeb, Ruthie Henshall told a story about when she starred with Micky Rooney in 'Crazy For You'.
She explained how he gave her something for a bad stomach but it made it worse and she nearly had an accident on stage.
While Jordan North told a story about how when he was interviewing Yungblud he was told in advance not to mention Halsey who he'd just broken up with… however he accidentally did.
And Mo Farah told everyone about the time he fell over whilst running in an international championship and when he got back up he accidentally started running the wrong way around the track.
Elsewhere in the show Shane Richie was seen spluttering in disgust as he and Hollie Arnold took on the Wicked Waterways trial.
The EastEnders star, 56, and the Paralympian, 26, were chosen by the public to face the trial, which saw them face all manner of water critters in a stinky underground sewer.
Hollie, wearing a hard hat and goggles, was seen in a teaser clip for the task calling out: 'Right go go go. I've untangled it' as she passed Shane a section of chain.
While the soap star nearly retched as he crawled through the sewer and was showered with putrid water.
A whimsical Ant and Dec said: 'They're making hard work of this, I don't think they need to do all this you know.'
Hollie called out: 'I just need a bit to fill up this one and we can get another star.'
A panicked Shane called out: 'I can't get the chain!'
Dec said: 'There's nothing we can say to help. It is what it is. Get the water, pour the water in the collection point. That's all it is. 'I've said this earlier, I read it off the card.'
However, despite their efforts the duo only managed to get two stars - which meant four meals for the 12 celebs in the camp.
Shane said: 'We set a precedent, this is the first one when we've kind of dropped the ball.'
To find out more tune into I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! at 9pm on ITV.