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Gazprom to decrease gas pumping via Nord Stream by 40%

by Vestnik Kavkaza

Gazprom is cutting gas pumping via Nord Stream by 40% owing to Siemens delaying repairs and maintenance to the compressors, Gazprom said in a statement.

“Owing to the delay in Germany’s Siemens returning the gas-pumping units from repair, the time between overhauls in the life of the GCU, and identified technical malfunctions in the engines, and the Federal Environmental, Industrial, and Nuclear Supervision Service (Rostechnadzor) issuing an order for a temporary ban on activities, only three gas-pumping units can currently be used at the Portovaya CS,” Gazprom said.

“Gas supplies via the Nord Stream gas pipeline can currently be provided at up to 100 million cubic meters per day versus the planned volume of 167 million cubic meters per day,” the Russian company noted.

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