Russia’s Gazprom raises issues with Western response in pipeline dispute https://www.rt.com/business/559602-russia-eu-gas-pipeline-dispute/
Natural gas supply via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline will be reduced from its current 40% capacity
Russian energy major Gazprom has stopped the operation of another Siemens turbine, the company announced on Monday. The supply through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline will not exceed 33 million cubic meters per day starting July 27, business daily Kommersant has reported.
Gazprom says the decision to switch off the turbine was made based on its technical condition and the fact that it’s due for an overhaul.
According to an earlier report by Kommersant, several of the nine turbines at the Portovaya compressor station are in need of repair.
The current licensing agreement allows Siemens Energy to accept five more turbines for repair before the end of 2024.
This follows a dispute between Russia, Canada and Germany over a Siemens turbine that had been sent to Montreal for repairs and was not returned on time due to Ottawa’s sanctions against Moscow. Gazprom cited the delay as the reason for a 60% reduction in gas flow to Germany last month. Canada eventually sent the part to Germany, where it is currently awaiting shipment to Russia. Gazprom said earlier on Monday that the paperwork it had received from Canada and Siemens regarding the shipment of the turbine did not clear up sanctions-related questions.
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