Gazprom will reduce its gas supply to Europe via Nord Stream by 40%


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Escritório da Gazprom em São Petersburgo: estatal russa disse que demora nas reparações por parte da Siemens, que está deixando o mercado russo, comprometeu capacidade de fornecimento de gás
Gazprom office in St. Petersburg: Russian state-owned company said delay in repairs by Siemens, which is leaving the Russian market, compromised gas supply capacity| Photo: EFE/EPA/ANATOLY MALTSEV

The Russian state company Gazprom announced this Tuesday () which will reduce by about

% the volume of gas that it supplies to Europe through the Nord Stream pipeline, due to the delay in repairs by Siemens, which added to the Western sanctions against Moscow.

“We are currently guaranteeing a level of gas supply via the Nord pipeline Stream up to 80 million daily cubic meters”, informed the company, through the channel it maintains on Telegram.

Previously, Gazprom’s supply to Europe was 64 million cubic meters of gas.

According to the Russian company, “Siemens did not deliver the repaired pumping equipment on time. The technical service deadlines have expired, and technical failures have been detected in the engines.”

Therefore, at this point, Gazprom pointed out, the number of bombs has dropped to three, which affects the volume of gas that can be transferred.

In mid In May, the German technological and industrial group Siemens announced its exit from the Russian market in response to the war in Ukraine. Since then, it began to suspend operations and industrial activities.

According to the company, international sanctions and possible retaliatory measures affect its activities in Russia, especially railway and maintenance services.

Siemens President and CEO Roland Busch , was responsible for announcing that the company made the decision, leaving the country where it has been operating for almost 170 years old.

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