Russia’s Gazprom PJSC said Monday that it would again reduce flows on the Nord Stream 1 (NS1) pipeline to take another turbine out of service for repairs, further cutting deliveries to Europe where prices soared on the decision. 

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The company said deliveries on the 745-mile, 6 Bcf/d link between Russia and Germany would be cut to 20% of capacity by Wednesday. Gazprom has been awaiting delivery of a repaired turbine it needed to install before work could begin on other equipment at the Portovaya compressor station. The company said Monday that too much time had elapsed between overhauls and another turbine needed to be taken offline, leaving just one of eight engines operating at the facility. 

The delayed turbine has been stuck in both Canada and Germany due to sanctions and...