The physical flow of Russian gas from the London-Nord Stream 1 pipeline to Germany remained stable on Friday, but the eastward gas flow from Germany to Poland via the Yamal Europe pipeline diminished. The operator’s data showed.
On the Nord Stream AG website, the physical flow for 0700-0800 CET (0500–0600 GMT) was 29,191,527 kWh / h, but the previous day’s level was about 29,000,000 kWh / h.
The pipeline, which accounts for more than one-third of Russia’s gas exports to the European Union, was reopened on Thursday after a 10-day outage for maintenance.
Flow remained at pre-maintenance levels of 40% capacity, but concerns about a complete shutdown of Russia’s flow through the pipeline remain due to political uncertainty.
According to data from pipeline operator Gascade, gas flow from Germany to Poland via the Yamal-Europe pipeline diminished on Friday morning.
The outlet flow at the Mallnow weighing point on the German border was 2,652,767 kWh / h, compared to about 3,911,000 kWh / h the day before.
According to data from Ukrainian transmission system operators, Russia’s gas inflow nominations from Ukraine to Slovakia remained stable on Friday, unchanged from the previous day, at 36.9 million cubic meters (mcm) per day.
Gazprom said it expected to supply Europe via Ukraine via the entrance to Suja, at 41.9 mcm on Friday, a slight decrease from 42.2 mcm the day before.