The flow of gas from Russia’s Yamal Europe westbound pipeline was stopped Friday

The Yamal-Europe pipeline, which transports westbound natural gas through it, was shut down Friday. Gazprom’s bids to increase transit capacity via Ukraine are at high levels according to data provided by pipeline operators.

The flow to Germany via Mallnow was at approximately 101,119-kilowatt-hours per hour (kWh/h), Friday morning. It was about 13.5 million kilowatt-hours per hour overnight.

Gazprom, a Russian energy company, resumed westbound natural gasoline supplies via the Yamal Europe pipeline to Germany. It booked 7.8 Million Kilowatt-hours of gas transit capacity via this pipeline from Friday morning through Saturday morning.

The pipeline connecting Poland and Germany accounts for around 15% of Russia’s westbound gas supply to Europe and Turkey. However, the pipeline has been in reverse since December and is driving European gas prices up.

Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that Russia will continue to supply gas to the world market, even though the United States of America and its European allies have increased sanctions against Moscow following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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