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Gazprom and Uniper discuss gas supplies and Nord Stream 2

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Gazprom has announced that a working meeting has taken place between Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, and Bernhard Reutersberg, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Uniper.

Both on going and future cooperation were discussed at the meeting, including Russian gas supplies to Germany. According to the statement, it was noted that the amount of gas exports to the country was maintained at the level of the previous year due to warm weather in February. Between 1 January and 12 February, Gazprom claims that it delivered an estimated 7.7 billion m3 of gas to Germany. This is 0.7% increase compared to the same period in 2018.

Gazprom claims that special attention at the meeting was given to the progress on the Nord Stream 2 project. It was highlighted that pipelaying works in the Baltic Sea are on schedule.

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