From June 21 to June 28, the operation of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline will be suspended due to scheduled maintenance. This was announced by Gazprom in the Telegram channel.
The company noted that this measure was agreed with all interested parties.
“Transportation of gas along both strings of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline will be temporarily suspended <...> in connection with the carrying out of planned preventive work, ”the message says.
Through the Turkish Stream, the fuel goes to Turkey, as well as to the southern and southeastern parts of Europe.
Earlier, Gazprom reported a decrease in supplies via the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline from 167 to 67 million cubic meters of gas due to equipment repairs. Siemens sent turbines to Canada for repairs, and now cannot get them back due to anti-Russian sanctions from Canada. The German company is looking for a solution to the problem.