Russian gas, Gazprom reduces supplies with Nord Stream

Germany monitors the flow. Eni: from Gazprom today 27 million cubic meters, in recent days 34

Gazprom has decreased the volume of Russian gas supplies through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline starting today. The head of the German Federal Network Agency, Klaus Mueller, reiterated in Deutschlandfunk, that at the moment the announced reduction is confirmed. “We’ll see later in the day if it stays that way.”

The data recorded at the two connection points in Lubmin, in the German region of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, indicate that between 8:00 and 9:00 more than 17 million kilowatt hours arrived, while between 6:00 and by 7:00, more than 27 million kilowatt hours had arrived. The volume of deliveries is expected to continue to decline. The Nord Stream 1 website has heralded the arrival of around 14 million kilowatt hours for the rest of the day. Gazprom had announced that it would reduce the capacity of the Nord Stream 1 pipeline by half, bringing it to 20%.

As for Italy, Gazprom also announced today the delivery of gas volumes of approximately 27 million cubic meters, compared to daily deliveries of approximately 34 million cubic meters made in recent days, as announces Eni on its website. Eni reserves the right to communicate any updates in the event that there are further significant changes in the delivery quantities communicated by Gazprom.