Through the Yamal-Europe stop, gas flows to the east, through Ukraine, are stable

Through the Yamal-Europe stop, gas flows to the east, through Ukraine, are stable

Gas installation at the Gaz-System gas compressor station in Rembelszczyzn, near Warsaw, Poland April 27, 2022. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/File Photo

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  • Yamal-Europe flows stop
  • Nord Stream 1 has been closed since August 31

LONDON, Sep 22 (Reuters) – Eastward gas flows via the Yamal-Europe pipeline to Poland from Germany stopped on Thursday, while Russian gas flows through Ukraine remained stable and the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline remained closed.

Output flows at the Malnov metering point on the border with Germany fell to zero between 06:00 and 07:00 CET from 735,506 kWh an hour earlier, data from pipeline operator Gascade showed.

Applications or requests for gas to Poland at Malnowe were 243,833 kWh/h on Thursday, almost unchanged from the previous day, but remained below the 1,057,141 kWh/h recorded at 05:00 CET on Wednesday before they have dropped significantly.

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The volume of applications for the supply of Russian gas to Slovakia from Ukraine through the Velke-Kapusany border checkpoint amounted to 36.9 million cubic meters, unchanged compared to Wednesday, according to the data of the Ukrainian gas transmission system.

Russian Gazprom (GASP.MM) said it would supply 42.4 million cubic meters of gas to Europe via Ukraine on Thursday, as it has done in recent days.

Gas flows through the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline, which crosses the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany, have remained at zero levels.

The pipeline was closed on Aug. 31 for maintenance that was supposed to take three days, but never reopened as Moscow blames the supply disruption on Western sanctions and technical problems.

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Reporting by Eileen Soreng in Bangalore and Marwa Rashad in London; Montage of Himani Sarkar and Mark Potter

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