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Analyst projects Nord Stream 1 doubling export volume this winter

The natural gas pipeline has been transmitting at roughly 20% capacity in recent weeks, but a gas markets analyst says exports could be doubled this winter.

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Since late July, Russian-German natural gas pipeline has been transmitting substantially less volume than normal.

The pipeline’s owner, Russian state enterprise Gazprom, has been attributing reduced flow to maintenance issues – a claim countered by German lawmakers saying the volume decrease is politically motivated as retaliation to Western sanctions against Moscow due to the invasion of Ukraine.

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