MOSCOW, September 13 – PRIME. Reverse natural gas supplies via the Yamal-Europe pipeline from Germany to Poland declined on Tuesday morning, while Nord Stream 1 remains suspended. At the same time, Russian gas supplies to Europe in other directions remain stable.
Gas flows from Germany to Poland through the Malnow Compressor Station at the German border at 0600-0700 GMT on Tuesday were 4,607,791 kilowatt-hours per hour, up from about 5,600,000 kilowatt-hours per hour on Monday, according to pipeline operator Gascade .
Nevertheless, the reduction in supplies is in line with the applications.
Deliveries via Nord Stream 1 are not carried out on Tuesday. “Gazprom” announced the suspension of the pipeline for an indefinite period.
At the same time, the volumes of Russian gas supplies through Ukraine remain stable.
On Tuesday, Gazprom said that deliveries through Ukraine to Europe remain unchanged compared to Monday and amount to 42.4 million cubic meters.
Applications for the supply of Russian natural gas through the Velké Kapušany checkpoint on the Slovak-Ukrainian border on Tuesday remained almost unchanged compared to Monday, amounting to about 36.9 million cubic meters. This is indicated by the data of the operator of the Ukrainian gas transmission system.