Gazprom begins pumping gas into five European underground reservoirs


November 9, 2021 09:10 GMT

The gas is being transported and pumped as per the plan just approved for November.

It reported through an official statement that the Russian consortium Gazprom approved the plan to pump gas to five underground reservoirs in Europe for the month of November, and its implementation has begun. “The plan specifies the volumes and routes of gas transportation”, Satisfaction notice.

After the long, bitter winter of 2020-2021, underground tanks, both in Russia and in Europe, were left empty, making refilling the internal tanks a priority for the company. However, Monday’s supply is via the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline – which connects Russia with Germany and Austria via Belarus and Poland – and the line that crosses for Ukraine Increase as part of the European tank filling plan.

In total, pumping on Ukrainian and Polish roads this Tuesday may increase by 30 million cubic meters, compared to Monday, November 8, the consortium warns.

Last month, Gazprom made up for the shortfall in US gas in Europe, which helped “create a more stable situation in Europe,” according to announce it Russian President Vladimir Putin on October 27. In turn, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, announce In October, Russia fulfilled gas transportation contracts and asked whether the European Union had submitted a sufficient number of orders.

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