Power of Siberia gas pipeline to be suspended for prevention in late March
[:en]INNOPOLIS, RUSSIA. AUGUST 27, 2015. An automatic gas distribution station of the 1st stage of the Gazprom's Yelizavetino gas pipeline branch project (Kazan Gorky gas pipeline), that will provide gas supply to Innopolis. Yegor Aleyev/TASS
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Yakutia 24 TV channel: Power of Siberia gas pipeline, launched in December 2019, will stop for prevention in the second half of March.
“The parties agreed to carry out scheduled maintenance of gas pipeline equipment and systems twice a year: in spring and autumn. Now we are talking about the second half of March,” Gazprom information agency says.
“Power of Siberia” gas pipeline currently supplies gas from the Chayandinskoye field to Russian consumers in the Far East and China. At the end of 2022, deliveries from another field, Kovyktinsky, should go through the pipeline.