Flows on the OPAL gas pipeline, which delivers Russian gas from the eastern branch of the Nord Stream pipeline into Germany, had fallen from 100% of capacity to 83% in the early hours of Thursday, according to European transmission system operators.
Meanwhile, flows on the NEL pipeline – Nord Stream’s western offshoot – have returned to 57 million cubic metres per day (MMcm/d) after having fallen to 41 MMcm/d on Tuesday.
Russia’s Gazprom received access to its full capacity on OPAL at the end of July, causing...
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