Gazprom stops another Siemens turbine at the Portovaya station. This was announced on Monday, July 25, in the press service of the holding company.
It is specified that as of 07:00 on Wednesday, July 27, deliveries via Nord Stream will not exceed 33 million cubic meters per day against the current maximum of 67 million cubic meters.
Gazprom noted that the turbine was stopped due to the “end of the period between reviews before the overhaul”, reports RIA Novosti.
Before that, it was reported that Gazprom received documents from Siemens Energy for the return of turbines for Nord Stream from Canada. On the side of the holding company, there are still doubts about the sanctions of the European Union and Great Britain. Therefore, Gazprom again turned to Siemens with a request for documents and support.
Siemens Energy has sent Russian Gazprom a Canadian-issued export license allowing it to repair and transport gas turbines for the Nord Stream pipeline until the end of 2024.
It recently became known that Canada’s reluctance to return the turbine for Nord Stream after service work was not due to sanctions, but the desire to enter the EU market with its own energy resources. Russia was pumping 55 billion cubic meters of gas a year to Europe using Siemens machines.
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