Russia will resume gas supply via Nord Stream 1 on July 21, 2022

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After 10 days of maintenance work and despite Gazprom’s warning that it has not yet received the turbine needed to pump gas to Germany, power has been reactivated.

Euskaraz irakurri: Europa gasez hornitzen hasi da berriro Nord Stream 1 Errusiako gasbidea

Despite Europe’s fears, Russia has resumed delivery of gas to Europe this Thursday via North Stream 1according to the flow data provided by the infrastructure manager.

The amount of gas that begins to arrive is approximately 30-40% of maximum capacity drive, according to German media.

The chairman of the German Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur), Klaus Müller, has added that the percentage of gas predicted for today via Nord Stream 1 is about 530 GWh/d, which corresponds to about 30% of the gas pipeline’s capacity. .

The head of the German agency added that the expected amount of delivery is “binding for the next 2 hours, changes during the day would be very unusual.”

Nord Stream’s delivery data indicates that gas started flowing as of 06:00 local time (04:00 GMT).

The gas pipeline interrupted the gas supply to Germany on July 10 to carry out annual maintenance work, although German authorities have expressed concerns in recent days about whether the technical shutdown would be extended.

In recent hours, that fear had increased when the Russian gas company warned Gazprom that the turbine from Siemens — the company that repaired the part — for the Portovaya compressor station had not arrived and that this fact had “direct consequences for the operation of Nord Stream 1”.

“Gazprom has not yet received official documents from Siemens for the delivery of a gas turbine engine for Portovaya CS under Canadian and EU sanctions,” the Russian company said, stressing that it had again asked Siemens to provide such documents.

In early July, the Canadian government announced it would deliver to Germany the turbine needed to transport gas from Russia via Nord Stream 1 whose return had been temporarily suspended due to sanctions imposed on Moscow for the war in Ukraine.

The Canadian authorities indicated that the part, which was reconditioned at a Siemens plant in Montreal, would be supplied to German workers and not directly to Russia, as originally planned.

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Source: EITB

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