Sheremet Deputy: Interruption in gas supply to Crimea is linked to routine maintenance
SIMFEROPOL, 30 November – RIA Novosti. Crimean State Duma deputy Mikhail Sheremet told reporters that routine work on the gas pipeline in Crimea will cause a temporary interruption of gas supply from the Kuban to the peninsula, gas and electricity supply to household consumers will not be interrupted.
Gas supply from the territory of the Krasnodar Territory to the Crimea may stop for three days due to work on connecting an additional compressor station on the gas pipeline, Kommersant previously reported. Work is required for an additional reserve and gas supply to the Kherson region.
“As far as I know, routine maintenance will be carried out and necessary studies will be carried out to increase the quality and pressure in gas systems. Today, we are not an isolated region either in terms of gas or electricity… We will. We will definitely not leave our old new regions without gas and we will definitely not leave without electricity,” Sheremet said.
He said that the connection in gas supply with regions other than Crimea, which broke off after 2014, will now be re-established and that “there will be a cycle …. everything will continue as usual”.
The main gas pipeline was extended from the territory of the Krasnodar Territory to the Crimea for sustainable gas supply to the peninsula in 2016. Among other things, it is used to supply fuel to two new power plants, Balaklava and Tavricheskaya TPP.
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