One of the pipeline’s two lines has been shut down, Polish operator PERN announced Wednesday, adding that the cause of the leak was unknown.
Polish operator Bern announced on Wednesday that one of two lines of the Drushka pipeline linking Russia to Germany had been shut down after a leak was discovered in central Poland.
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«The reasons for the incident are currently unknown – pumping was stopped immediately on the damaged line. 2nd line of pipe is working normally“, PERN said in a press release indicating that the leak was discovered on Tuesday evening.
Russian oil supplies to GermanyNo interruption“The German Economy Ministry promised on Wednesday.”Security of supply in Germany is now guaranteed. Two refineries, Schwedt and Leuna, continue to receive crude oil via the Polish and Druzhba pipelines. These deliveries will not be interrupted“, he said in a press release.
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