Russia’s gas supply to Europe via major routes is stable

According to operator data, Russia’s gas supply to Europe via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, crossing the Baltic Sea and through Ukraine, was stable on Friday morning, but the eastern flow was in Germany. Ascended along the Yamal Europe pipeline from to Poland.

The flow to Germany via Nord Stream 1 was 62,085,568 kWh / h on Friday morning, similar to the level above 61,000,000 kWh / h seen most of Thursday.

Nominations for inflows from Ukraine to Slovakia via the Velke Kapusany border were 37 million cubic meters (mcm) per day, almost unchanged from Thursday, data from Ukrainian transmission system operators showed.

Russian producer Gazprom said that the supply to Europe via Ukraine via the entrance to Sudzha is expected to remain stable at 41.9 mcm, as it was the day before.

The eastward gas flow through the Yamal-Europe pipeline from Germany to Poland increased along the nomination.

According to Gascade data, physical outlet flow at the Mallnow weighing point on the German border increased from most of Thursday’s levels above 2,820,000 kWh / h to 3,473,701 kWh (kWh / h) per hour on Friday. ..



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