The Russian energy company Gazprom does not plan to reduce the supply of natural fuel to European hubs compared to the previous day.
We are talking, in particular, about the Nord Stream pipeline. On Sunday, June 19, about 62.4 million cubic meters of gas will be pumped through it.
A similar volume was registered the day before. However, this is only 40% of the peak capacity utilization of the fuel line. Gazprom had to reduce pressure significantly amid technical difficulties.
Earlier, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that Berlin would make every effort to restore the volume of fuel pumped through the Nord Stream. The difficulty lies in the fact that due to European sanctions, the German company Siemens cannot return the repaired turbine to Gazprom.