The capacity of Gazprom’s (GAZP.MM) Nord Stream 1 pipeline to supply gas to Europe is partly constrained as sanctions make it impossible for equipment supplier Siemens Energy (ENR1n.DE) to return a turbine being maintained in Canada, the companies said. Gazprom said on Tuesday it has curbed supplies via the Nord Stream 1 undersea pipeline to Germany to up to 100 million cubic metres (mcm) per day, down from 167 mcm, citing the delayed return of equipment that had been sent for repair. This limits Russian gas supplies via another important route to Europe at a time when Germany, the region’s biggest economy, questions Moscow’s reliability as an energy provider, prompting efforts to look for alternative sources. Gazprom no longer exports gas westwards through […]