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Power of Siberia Under Maintenance September 22-29

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Gazprom plans to take the Russia to China Power of Siberia pipeline offline between September 22 and 29 for planned maintenance work, temporarily halting gas deliveries to China.

  • Maintenance on the pipeline occurs twice per year, in spring and autumn.
  • Flows on the route continue to rise as China has emerged as a key outlet for Russian gas. Flows are expected to keep rising between the countries in the years ahead with further developments planned to increase capacity.
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Gazprom plans to take the Russia to China Power of Siberia pipeline offline between September 22 and 29 for planned maintenance work, temporarily halting gas deliveries to China.

  • Maintenance on the pipeline occurs twice per year, in spring and autumn.
  • Flows on the route continue to rise as China has emerged as a key outlet for Russian gas. Flows are expected to keep rising between the countries in the years ahead with further developments planned to increase capacity.