Moscow. 19 Aug. The gas pipeline “Nord stream with capacity of 55 billion cubic meters of gas a year, running under the Baltic sea to Germany, on Thursday after 21:00 MSK resumed work after a 10-day scheduled maintenance, according to the German gas transmission operators.
Operating company Nord Stream AG 10:40 a.m. GMT Thursday released a message with the words “transportation of gas via Nord stream resumed on schedule,” however, to date this information has not been confirmed in the statistics of pumping.
As previously reported, to compensate for the temporary disposal of the “Northern stream” Gazprom has increased its transit through Ukraine and went from pumping for a massive selection of gas from its storage facilities in Europe.
Given the current configuration of export flows of Russian gas in August can be exported to non-CIS countries 14.7 billion cubic meters of gas, which is 8% more than in August 2015, according to calculations.