Wind power generation in the European Union is up slightly after falling since the start of the week, and supplies to underground gas storage facilities in the region continue to be strong, the sources said.
According to the site gazkhab.atafter declining to 7.8% on June 30 (wind generation volume), wind generation production rose to 11.3% on the first day of July and to 12.5% the next day.
By comparison, last week’s average volume was 9.9% and last month’s 11.23%, the lowest since the start of the year.
European companies continue to pump gas into underground storage facilities.
The total volume of gas in it as of the morning of July 1 was approximately 63 billion cubic meters with an average load of 58.5% (the data is estimated and can be specified).
At the same time, Russian gas supplies through the main corridors, Nord Stream and the Ukrainian Gas Transportation System (GTS) are likely to remain at the level of previous days, in total above 100 million cubic meters per day.
Gazprom has suspended deliveries via the pipeline since mid-June due to a delay in the work of the German company Siemens, which, due to Canadian sanctions against a Russian company, cannot return the turbine of the Portovaya compressor station from repair.
Source: RIA Novosti