The flow of Gazprom’s natural gas to Greece will be stopped from tomorrow, June 21, until June 27, according to ΔΕΠΑ Commerce.
The break, according to available information, is associated with the annual scheduled maintenance of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline, which supplies our country.
The interruption of natural gas supplies is not expected to impact the country’s supply chain, according to ΔΕΠΑ, as the company continues to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) and other pipeline gas contracts. As noted, there is no reason for unrest, the country has sufficient fuel reserves.
Recall that in May the Greek gas company ΔΕΠΑ paid off its debts with Gazprom for the April supply of natural gas. The payment was made in euros, according to the Athens News Agency. AMNA.