Gas flow to Poland temporarily halted
Energinet is preparing for full capacity of Baltic Pipe, and this will require a temporary shutdown of the pipeline.
The Baltic Pipe gas pipeline is now close to full capacity. Due to necessary adjustments, Energinet informed the gas market on Friday that the gas flow to Poland will be suspended from Monday, November 28 at 6am CET and 24 hours ahead.
On Tuesday, November 29, the compressor station in Southern Zealand will be connected to pipelines, and the gas flow will gradually increase. Energinet is expecting full capacity in Baltic Pipe on Wednesday November 30. Full capacity is planned to be up to 10 billion cubic metres of gas (10 BCM) per year.
During the shutdown, gas will still be supplied from the North Sea to the receiving terminal in in Western Jutland.