Gas supplies through Nord Stream – the main supply route for Russian gas to Europe – could fall by 22 percent today, according to data from the pipeline’s operator, Nord Stream.
4.7 million cubic meters per hour are reserved for today, ie slightly more than 113 million cubic meters per day, while yesterday the volume of deliveries through that gas pipeline amounted to 145 million cubic meters. For comparison, the level in May was almost 34 times higher – about 170 million cubic meters per day.
Transport along the second corridor through Ukraine’s gas transportation system today could remain at the level of previous days, according to data from the Ukrainian gas system operator.
Europe continues to pump gas into underground storage facilities. According to Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE), on June 11, the average occupancy rate of European gas storage facilities was 51.5 percent, with a total gas volume of approximately 54.6 billion cubic meters.