MOSCOW, August 25 – There are no turbines for the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline in Canada, according to Gazprom. “No turbine repairs for the Portovaya compressor station in Canada will be carried out,” the Russian gas exporter said in a message to Telegram on Thursday. , The group did not say where the turbines are located. On Wednesday, broadcaster CBC News quoted Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie as saying Canada would return five Nord Stream 1 turbines to Germany. Russia has planned maintenance work at Portovaya from 31 August to 2 September. Only 20 percent of the Baltic Sea pipeline is currently used.
In June, the return of Siemens turbines sent to Canada for maintenance was delayed due to restrictions. Russia had stopped its gas supply through Nord Stream 1, citing the missing turbine as the reason. The central government had called it a politically motivated excuse.
Gazprom – No Nord Stream 1 Turbine in Canada
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