For the ninth consecutive day, Russian gas flows east via Yamal Europe pipeline

According to data from Gascade, the Yamal-Europe pipeline which normally delivers Russian gas to Western Europe was sending fuel back to Poland for a ninth consecutive day on Wednesday.

Data showed that flows from the Mallnow metering station on the German-Polish border were flowing eastward into Poland at an hourly rate of almost 1.2 million kilowatt hours (kWh/h) Wednesday morning. This was on par with flows over the past 24 hours.

This pipeline is an important route for Russian gas exports into Europe.

Auction results revealed that Gazprom, a Russian gas exporter, has not booked any gas transit capacity to export via the Yamal Europe pipeline on Wednesday.

Russian President Vladimir Putin stated last week that Germany was selling Russian gas to Ukraine and Poland rather than relieving an overheated marketplace. He blamed German gas importers for the reverse and skyrocketing prices.

The German Economy Ministry declined to comment on Putin’s remarks. Reuters has not received any comment from gas importers.

According to data from Eustream, the capacity nominations for Wednesday’s Russian gas flows via Ukraine to Slovakia via Velke Kapusany border point (another major route for Russian gas to Europe) were at 843.422-megawatt hours. This is an increase from Tuesday’s 773.712, but still below December’s levels.

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