Kyiv reported a pressure surge in the Urengoy-Pomary-Uzhgorod gas pipeline
“Gazprom” “without warning” increased the pressure of gas in the pipeline, said the “GTS Operator of Ukraine”. Such actions can lead to emergency situations, they warned “Gazprom” “without warning” increased pressure in the gas pipeline Urengoy— Pomary— Uzhgorod, according to the website of the “GTS Operator of Ukraine”.
“On July 25, dispatchers of the “GTS Operator of Ukraine” recorded a sharp increase in pressure on the main gas pipeline Urengoy— Pomary— Uzhgorod on the site of the state border of Russia— Ukraine. The change in pressure occurred without warning from Gazprom,— the message says.
The operator of the Ukrainian gas transmission system
warned that this could lead to emergency situations on the gas pipeline.
According to the general director of the operator Sergey Makogon, the Ukrainian side expects from Gazprom clarification. He noted that untimely informing “carries potential risks for the regular operation of the Ukrainian GTS”, especially for consumers in Europe, after Gazprom again reduced the volume of Nord Stream.
RBC sent a request to a representative of Gazprom.
July 25 Gazprom announced a reduction in gas pumping through Nord Stream from July 27; from 67 million to 33 million cubic meters m. due to the shutdown of another engine at the Portovaya compressor station.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said on July 19 that Gazprom has not yet received official legal and technical documents. “We must understand that Gazprom” takes, in what condition the car came and what is its legal status: it is under sanctions, not under sanctions, what to do with it, tomorrow, maybe they will take it back, — he said. This was also confirmed by the Russian company.
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