Earlier, Gazprom announced that from July 27 it will decommission another turbine at the Portovaya CS of the Nord Stream pipeline. According to the German operator Gascade, the gas flow has been reduced to 20% of the design capacity
Nord Stream 1 gas flow decreased from 65 million cubic meters. m per day up to 35 million cubic meters. m, or 20% of the design capacity of the gas pipeline, according to the German gas transmission operator Gascade.
“Via Nord Stream-1” in accordance with the nominations, 1.28 million cubic meters per hour were transported, or about 20% of the maximum throughput of Nord Stream,— said in the message.
“Gazprom” previously warned that from July 27 he would decommission another gas turbine engine at the Portovaya compressor station; the Nord Stream pipeline, after which the volume of pumped gas will decrease to 20% of the design capacity and amount to about 33 million cubic meters. m per day (with the planned 167 million).
Reducing gas supplies through Nord Stream 1 began in June, after Gazprom announced the non-return of one of the turbines used at Portovaya from repair. The unit manufactured by Siemens Energy was sent to its plant in Montreal. However, due to sanctions imposed against Russia, Canada did not return the turbine.
Against this background, gas supplies decreased from the planned 167 million cubic meters. m per day up to 100 million, and then, after the decommissioning of another unit, & mdash; up to 67 million cubic meters m.
In addition, from July 11 to July 21, gas supplies through the pipeline were completely stopped, as maintenance work was carried out throughout the entire system. On the morning of July 21, the gas pipeline operator Nord Stream AG announced the restoration of supplies to the level of July 11 (40% of the design capacity).
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The Kremlin denied this information. “This is complete nonsense, because Siemens knows very well where this turbine is installed. That is, this is just an absurd message from the sources,»,— said presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
Siemens claimed that there were not enough customs documents to send the turbine to Russia, which Gazprom must provide.
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