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Gazprom will reduce the daily amount of gas it sends to Germany via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline by 40 percent because it fails to repair some equipment

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On Tuesday Gazprom, the Russian state energy company, announced which will reduce by more than 40 percent the daily amount of natural gas it sends to Germany via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline. The company explained in a short statement that the reduction is due to the non-return of some equipment that had been sent to the company German Siemens to be repaired. Siemens exited the Russian market at the start of the invasion of Ukraine, and is selling all its operations in the country.

Anonymous sources they explained to Bloomberg that the reason for the delays are the economic sanctions imposed on Russia for the invasion of Ukraine: a turbine to pump the gas would have been sent to Canada for maintenance but cannot be sent back due to the sanctions, while for another shipment abroad would not have been authorized.

Gazprom said that for these reasons it can currently guarantee a maximum gas volume of 100 million cubic meters per day instead of the expected 167 million. Siemens has not commented on Gazprom’s announcement at the moment, while a spokesman for the German economy ministry said the government is monitoring the situation.

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