Gas injections continue at a steady pace in Italian storage despite Gazprom today announced to Eni a reduction in the delivery of gas volumes (approximately 20 million cubic meters compared to daily deliveries of approximately 27 million cubic meters made in recent days ). Today the forecast is around 55 million cubic meters. According to Snam data, viewed by Adnkronos, the forecast of gas injected into the network by the end of the day is approximately 225 million cubic meters compared to consumption of just over 165 million cubic meters. The filling level of storage in Italy is around 82% (81.93%) against 80.17% as the EU average.
Import flows from Mazara del Vallo, the Algerian gas entry point, were stable with 70 million cubic meters. In Tarvisio, the gas from Russia, the flow is just over 30 million million cubic meters. At Passo Gries, with supplies from Northern Europe, the flow is equal to 35 million. In Melendugno, with the flows from Azerbaijan via Tap, supplies amounted to about 25 million cubic meters.
As regards the main European countries, we read from the GIE (Gas Infrastructure Europe) data, in Germany, which has the largest storage capacity in Europe ahead of Italy, the level of storage filling is currently 83.65% . In France it stands at 91.54%.