WORLD Gazprom to cut Nord Stream gas deliveries by a third


Gazprom to cut Nord Stream gas deliveries by a third


22:20, June 15, 2022

This file photo taken on April 05, 2022 shows the headquarters of Russian gas giant Gazprom's German branch Gazprom Germania in Berlin. (Photo: AFP)

Russian gas giant Gazprom said Wednesday it was cutting daily gas deliveries via the Nord Stream pipeline by a further 33 percent, after Germany decried an earlier cut as political.

"From 01:30 am Moscow time on June 16 the daily output of the Portovaya compression station will be up to 67 million cubic meters per day," Gazprom said in a statement on Telegram. On Tuesday, Gazprom announced it would be cutting deliveries via the pipeline by around 40 percent to 100 million cubic meters due to "repair" work on compressor units by German company Siemens.

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