Russian power company Gazprom has stated that due to the planned annual maintenance, there will be no intermittent natural gas shipments across the TurkStream gas pipeline boundary.
In a written statement from Gazprom, it was stated that a planned annual maintenance will be carried out on TurkStream on 5-12 June.
For this reason, in the statement, which was informed that there would be no natural gas shipments from both lines of TurkStream on the dates in question, the statement “The cessation of gas shipments has been coordinated with all parties in advance” was used.
TurkStream consists of two borders with a total gas carrying capacity of 31.5 billion cubic meters, each of which is 15.7 billion cubic meters. Gas is transferred to Turkey over the first border, and to Europe via Boru Borders, Petrol Taşıma AŞ and TürkAkım Gaz Taşıma AŞ, which was established with equal participation of Gazprom.
Source: Bloomberg HT