Yamal-Europe pipeline carries eastbound gas slightly higher over the weekend

The Yamal-Europe pipeline is used to transport eastbound natural gas from Russia. It was in reverse mode this weekend. Volumes were slightly higher than Friday’s, according to data from Gascade, a German network operator.

Since Dec. 21, the link between Poland & Germany has operated in the opposite direction for the ninth week, putting upward pressure on European gas prices.

The flow from Germany to Poland via Mallnow metering points was 1.5 million kilowatt hours per hour (kWh/h), up slightly from Friday’s 1.2 million.

Up to Monday morning, bids or renominations to flow gas between Germany and Poland will also be accepted at 1.5 million kWh/h. The pipeline accounts for approximately 15% of Russia’s annual westbound gas supply to Europe and Turkey.

Gazprom, Russia’s gas export monopoly, has not yet ordered transit capacity via the route for February or March.

It also didn’t book capacity for the second or third quarters.

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