According to the operator, output flows at the metering point on the border with Germany fell to zero between 0400 and 0500 GMT, compared to 871,372 kWh an hour earlier. After the complete fiasco with the Nord Stream gas pipeline, the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline seems to be in the crosshairs for the next shutdown by Russia. Streams have been dropping intermittently for the past week, and this is another episode.

In any case, Europe will likely have to assume that flows here will eventually be reduced to zero next year – as is likely to be the case with the Nord Stream pipeline.

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