Russian gas via the Yamal Europe pipeline has resumed eastward flow from Germany to Poland. However, flows via other major Russian supply routes have been steady despite President Vladimir Putin’s promise to stop flows unless customers pay in rubles.
The physical exit flows at Mallnow’s metering point at the German border were 2,691,220 kilowatt hours per hour (kWh/h), data from the Gascade pipeline operators.
This was slightly more than 1,451,155kWh/h Tuesday before the flow stopped eastward.
Gazprom, Russia’s largest gas company, has booked westbound capacity via the Yamal-Europe pipeline on Friday, the RIA news agency reported.
Gazprom doesn’t always use its booked capacity so the actual flows cannot be guaranteed.
Friday morning saw a steady flow to Germany via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline across the Baltic Sea at 73.312,095 kWh/h
The nominations for flows into Slovakia via Ukraine’s Velke Kapusany border point rose to their highest level since Nov. 30 and were at 996,305 megawatt-hours (MWh) per hour on Friday. This was slightly more than the previous day’s data, according to TSO Eustream.
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