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Gazprom Says Turbine Papers It Received From Siemens Not Enough

  • Issues remain with Nord Stream equipment from Canada: Gazprom
  • Future supplies through gas pipeline to EU remain uncertain
A Siemens Energy SGT-A35 gas turbine.
A Siemens Energy SGT-A35 gas
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Russia’s Gazprom PJSC said it has received some paperwork related to the delayed delivery of a turbine for the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline, while adding that some additional issues with the equipment still remain.

The company received documents from manufacturer Siemens Energy AG on the component, it said. The part had initially been stranded in Canada due to western sanctions. Issues with sanctions imposed by other regions, including the European Union, remain open, and they are key to maintenance of the equipment, according to Gazprom.