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Unable to deliver gas turbines to Russia due to sanctions


Whereas Western international locations’ sanctions in opposition to Russia due to their assaults on Ukraine continued, Russian state vitality firm Gazprom began upkeep work on the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, which supplies gas circulate to Europe, on 27 July.

Within the assertion made by Gazprom, the sign was provided that the gas disaster will proceed to improve.

“Supply of turbine engine to Portovaya is not possible”

Gazprom said {that a} gas turbine on the Portovaya compressor station of the Nord Stream 1 pipeline was despatched to Canada for upkeep however couldn’t be obtained. “Supply of the turbine engine to Portovaya is not possible due to the sanctions of Canada, the European Union (EU) and the UK and the failure of Siemens firm to fulfill its obligations” it was mentioned.

In accordance to the information of UAV, Gazprom began the upkeep work on the Portovaya compressor station of the Nord Stream 1 pipeline on July 27, and the gas circulate from the pipeline to Europe decreased to 20 %.


Couldn’t be delivered due to sanctions

Turbine positioned in Canada for upkeep regardless of Russia’s calls for “sanctions” causes it was not delivered. Gazprom introduced that one turbine engine is presently working in Portovaya, because the turbine has not but been delivered.

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