Russian gas flows to Europe through key pipelines broadly steady Friday morning.

Three key pipeline routes provided Russian gas to Europe, and they were generally steady Friday morning.

Yamal-Europe’s pipeline continued to be in reverse mode and sent gas from Germany to Poland at 7,472,066 Kilowatt Hours per hour (kWh/h), a decrease from the 8,362,114kWh/h at midnight. Data from Gascade, the pipeline operator, showed.

The UK will have enough gas this summer, National Grid says

Flows to Germany through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, across the Baltic Sea, were steady at 73.066,028 kWh/h.

The flow of Ukrainians to Slovakia was up with nominations at the Velke Kapusany Border Point at 439,246 megawatt hours (MWh) per hour, compared to 425,412MWh per Day on Thursday, according to data from TSO Eustream.

Gazprom, a Russian gas producer, stated that it supplies gas to Europe via Ukraine according to customer requests.

Gazprom reported that April 22 saw requests of 58.2 million cubic metres, an increase from April 21’s 57.3 million cubic meters.

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