Gas pipeline Nord Stream 1 to undergo annual summer maintenance – German regulator

FRANKFURT, June 13 (Reuters) – Nord Stream 1, one of the major pipelines that pumps Russian gas to Europe, will undergo its regular annual maintenance in summer, the head of Germany’s network regulator said, flagging a period when there will be no gas flows.

Bundesnetzagentur President Klaus Mueller said on Twitter that this implied that gas storage levels will stagnate for the maintenance period, which he said would last around two weeks.

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