Slovakia reported a stop of pumping through the Druzhba oil pipeline

In The Russian “Transneft” earlier explained that the pumping stop was caused by rolling power outages in Ukraine. The day before, a massive missile strike was carried out on the country’s energy facilities

Slovakia reported a stop of pumping through the Druzhba oil pipeline

Russian oil supplies via the Druzhba oil pipeline from Ukraine to Slovakia have been stopped due to power outages. This was reported by the Slovak TV company TA3 with reference to the press secretary of the company — operator of the Czech oil pipelines «Mero» Barbora Puttsova.

“According to our current information, due to a power outage, the supply of Russian oil through the Druzhba pipeline from Ukraine to Slovakia has been interrupted. There were no interruptions in pumping to the Czech Republic due to sufficient operational reserves in Slovakia,” Puttsova said.

Reports about the stoppage of pumping through the Druzhba oil pipeline were received on November 23, after a massive missile strike on the energy infrastructure of Ukraine.

Later, a representative of the Russian company “Transneft” Igor Demin said that oil pumping through the pipe in Ukraine had resumed.

The pipeline runs from Almetyevsk (Tatarstan) through Samara and Bryansk to the Belarusian city of Mozyr. From there there is a branch to Germany and Poland, as well as to Ukraine. In Ukraine, the branch branches into Hungary and Slovakia, the Czech Republic.

An hour after the publication of this material, Igor Demin reported that the pumping of oil through the Ukrainian section of the pipeline “Friendship” resumed again. According to him, the shutdown occurred due to rolling power outages.

«The NPC was disconnected again «Fords ». Before that, she worked on one pump all day, after lunch she turned off- rolling power outages. At 18:00 Moscow time, it turned on,” he said.

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On the eve of November 23, after massive missile strikes on energy facilities, the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine reported that most of the country’s thermal and hydroelectric power plants, as well as all nuclear power plants, were disconnected from the electrical networks.

“The vast majority of electricity consumers across the country were de-energized. There are emergency shutdowns,” the message said. The company warned that problems with the supply of electricity caused interruptions in heat and water supply.

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