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Algerian Gas Flows to Spain Suspended

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Algerian gas flows to Spain via the Medgaz pipeline have been suspended due to an issue on the Spanish side according to a Sonatrach statement on Sunday.

  • "The Spanish technical teams are working to carry out the necessary repairs and restore the gas supply to Spain as soon as possible." the statement said.
  • Gas to power demand is currently strong in Spain due to recent high temperatures.
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Algerian gas flows to Spain via the Medgaz pipeline have been suspended due to an issue on the Spanish side according to a Sonatrach statement on Sunday.

  • "The Spanish technical teams are working to carry out the necessary repairs and restore the gas supply to Spain as soon as possible." the statement said.
  • Gas to power demand is currently strong in Spain due to recent high temperatures.