Natural gas flows in the Power of Siberia pipeline have resumed on Tuesday, following the completion of its scheduled maintenance, Kallanish Energy reports.
Gazprom said in a note that the Russia-to-China gas pipeline resumed normal transportation operations at 3am Moscow time. The works started on Sept. 17, as part of scheduled maintenance ahead of the peak winter season.
The 3,000-km pipeline is contracted to deliver 38 billion cubic meters per year (Bcm/y) of gas to CNPC, under a 30-year agreement. The infrastructure, commissioned in December 2019, enabled the first-ever pipeline supplies of Russian gas to China.
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