Russian gas deliveries to Europe via main routes remain steady -Breaking
(Reuters) – Russian gas deliveries to Europe through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline over the Baltic Sea and through Ukraine remained steady on Friday morning while eastbound flows increased along the Yamal Europe pipeline from Germany to Poland, operator data indicated.
Flows into Germany via the Nord Stream 1 reached 62,085,568 kWh/h Friday morning. This is similar to Thursday’s levels of 61,000,000 kWh/h.
The nominal flows to Slovakia through Ukraine’s Velke Kapusany borderpoint were 37 million cubic meters (mcm), which was little different from Thursday. Data from the Ukrainian transmission network operator indicated that this figure is not significantly changed.
Gazprom, a Russian producer (MCX:), stated its supply of Ukraine to Europe via Ukraine’s Sudzha entry points was steady at 41.9 Mcm. This is unchanged from yesterday.
The flow of eastbound gas from Germany through Yamal Europe pipeline to Poland rose in accordance with nominations.
Gascade data indicated that physical exit flows at Mallnow’s metering point at Germany’s border were 3,473,701 kilowatts an hour (kWh/h). This was up from levels of over 2,820,000 for much of Thursday.