Russia has transferred transit gas from Ukraine and Poland to Nord Stream-1


Gas transportation via Nord Stream-1 has become the main export for Gazprom. For the first half of 2020, the pipeline supplied 30,43 billion cubic meters of gas, which is more than a year ago. SP-1 continues to operate beyond its design capacity and this year Russia is transferring transit fuel from Ukraine and Poland to the gas pipeline.


Previously, the Russian gas corporation’s main export route was Ukrainian, but overall demand for blue fuel in Europe declined, and Gazprom supplied only 78 percent of the contracted capacity and 55 percent of the first half of last year.

Transit through Poland also decreased. Gas supply on the Yamal-Europe route decreased to 16 billion cubic meters. On May 16, the agreement on the supply of gas from the Russian Federation at fixed prices ended - $ 50 million annually. From May, up to 90 percent of the transit volumes of gas fuel were sold through auctions.

Since the construction of the new Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline has not yet been completed, from October of this year to October of the next year, Gazprom reserved almost all of the Polish and Ukrainian transit capacities. But the Russian gas concern refused to buy back fuel transportation for 15 years in advance, demonstrating the Nord Stream capabilities in practice in the first half of 2020.
  • Used photos: www.pererabotka.gazprom.ru
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  1. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 10 July 2020 10: 57
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    SP-1 continues to operate beyond its design capacity this year - Russia is transferring transit fuel from Ukraine and Poland to the pipeline.

    - Well ... "from Ukraine" ... is it still understandable ... - And "from Poland" ... is that ... is that Russian gas that goes through the territory of Belarus, or what ?? ?
    - So, personally, I was right when still in the subject:

    Following Ukraine, Poland may lose Russian gas transit

    - I personally wrote that

    - Who does Russia want to punish ...- all the same Lukashenko .. or Poland ??? - Or those and these at once ... - let them say ... they are now ... - they arrange a showdown ... among themselves ...

    - Well, it turns out that the way it is .. if the author of the article is based on facts ...
    - Gazprom's incomprehensible strategy ...- who is left ... to rejoice now ???
    - Only Germany ... - there is no one else ... - Germany is beginning to acquire the shape of a gas monopoly in Europe ... - "The ghost of a gas monopolist wanders across Europe" ... - almost according to Marx ... - Hahah ...
    - Well, after all - again ... - Gazprom is taking a big and stupid risk ... - "puts all its eggs in one basket" ...
    - So this dumbhead Gazprom will depend all his life ... - in Zap. Europe is entirely dependent on Germany; - in the Middle East depend on Turkey; in the East, it depends entirely on China ...
    - Yes, Russia has had a difficult fate ... - to always depend in life on the results of all sorts of economic failures of stupid a'la Gazprom and others like him ... - Well, such is the fate ...
    1. rotkiv04 Offline rotkiv04
      rotkiv04 (Victor) 10 July 2020 15: 52
      0
      So legs do not grow from "gazmyasprom", there are strategists both higher and more abruptly.
    2. andrew42 Offline andrew42
      andrew42 (Andrei) 14 July 2020 19: 18
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      Inappropriate sarcasm. And in whose basket do you suggest putting eggs? - To the Polish one? In Ukrainian? - So they already put it there, left without eggs :)) Germany, of course, is not entirely politically sovereign, but in fact there is no more reliable counterparty. This is if purely about the loot. On a higher level, Russia has always needed a politically neutral and economically partner Germany since the 19th century. Our "Atlantic partners" are not without reason afraid of the influence of Russian-German economic ties on geopolitical alignments. Germany for Russia is the key to Europe, the key to cooperation. Who else can there be an agreement with so that this affects the EU-Russia relations as a whole? - Well, not with Brussels on an American leash, and not with the always exploding France. We are looking for partners and allies wherever they accept. This is the normal approach. If there will be SP-2, it will become easier to talk to the Turks.
  2. Alexey Semenenko (Alexey Semenenko) 11 July 2020 13: 20
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    55% pumped through Ukraine, and they will pay as for 100.
    65 yards of Ukrainian transit, do not squeeze through SP-1, and Polish .....
    And the casket is simple - sales have halved. And this is not the end of the tale.
  3. shinobi Offline shinobi
    shinobi (Yuri) 13 July 2020 05: 42
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    Ukraine and Poland, starting from the end of 17, were warned on a regular basis - you will move out, turn off the gas. They didn't listen. In the fall of the 19th it was announced that there would be no longer long-term contracts for transit, and with the launch of the SP-2 there would be no more at all. And when this began to materialize, these two nedo-states and semi-deceitful media were amazed at the "sho" and began to write different fables.
    1. andrew42 Offline andrew42
      andrew42 (Andrei) 14 July 2020 19: 23
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      For the chain mongrels of the American Kaganate there is an excellent gas - American liquefied gas, with the heat, with the heat, you will lick your fingers. Uncle Trump will feed them all, they are glad: wow, "your half of the kingdom!" - and do not care that the skin is at stake.