Gas transit through Yamal-Europe gas pipeline was resumed

On June 1, gas transit through Poland to Germany via the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline was resumed after several days of reverse supplies, Аngi.ru reports.

The capacities of Polish section of the gas pipeline in June are reserved by approximately 93%.

According to data from European gas transmission operators, reverse gas supplies from Poland to Germany began on May 28. The average supply volume was 2.6 million kWh (approximately 246 thousand cubic meters).

Transit from the Russian Federation resumed at 6.00 a.m. (European time) in the amount of about 2.3 million cubic meters.

The long-term Russian-Polish agreement on gas transit from Russia to the West through the Polish section of the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline expired on May 17. Now deliveries are carried out on the basis of auctions held by the Polish Gaz-System.

Recall that Gazprom completely stopped the transit of gas through the transnational Yamal-Europe gas pipeline.

It was previously reported that Gazprom began to transport gas through Poland according to European rules.

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