What she said
(1) Yes, even after all that they will be able to nurse! It most likely won't be right away, but it will happen! It may be with a nipple shield, but hey, it's better than nothing (we had to use shields for 3-4 months, but now we're off, so I'm sure you could get off it way quicker than we did b/c there's a BIG diff between our babies' gestational ages!)
They will likely have to go immediately to the nicu; they may need help breathing, they may need help eating, but in all likelihood your nicu stay shouldn't be too terribly long. I'd guess 2-4 weeks to be conservative. (Most babies without major problems seem to be able to come home at 36-38ish weeks gestational age.)
(2) Pump in order to avoid formula! I agree with the pp, the nicu is more than happy to use BM, and in my case was very encouraging of using BM, really stressing how much better it is for babies, preemies especially. They don't eat a lot at the beginning, as I'm sure you know, so you don't need to be pumpin' out ounces at first. Drops will do. And it may take a few days for them to even be able to take anything into their tummies anyway. Mine were fed nutrients via umbilical IV for several days because their guts had to mature. (Again, they were 3 weeks earlier than yours are, so yours will be more developed from the start, so they've got that going for them!)
Wishing you the best of luck on your early delivery! It will go well. We're here to support you, Mama.