Gazprom continues to curb Nord Stream 1 capacity

Russia’s Gazprom Group has caused renewed unrest by announcing further cuts in gas deliveries via the Nord Stream 1 Baltic Sea pipeline. The capacity of the onshore compressor station has dropped to 67 million cubic meters per day, the Russian gas giant announced on Wednesday. In the afternoon, according to the pipeline operator’s data, there were initially no reductions.

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