Russia is further curbing natural gas flows on the Nord Stream pipeline just days after bringing the link back from maintenance, escalating European concerns over a supply crunch this winter.

Gazprom PJSC will cut flows via the link to Germany to about 20% of its capacity from 7 a.m. Moscow time on Wednesday, the Russian gas giant said in a statement. One more gas turbine, crucial for the supply, is due for maintenance and will be taken out of service, according to the company.


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