Russian gas exporter Gazprom said on Saturday it expected Siemens (ENR1n.DE) to meet its obligations in full when servicing gas turbines needed for the reliable operation of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline and energy shipments to Europe. Kremlin-controlled Gazprom has said it could not guarantee the safe operation of a critical part of the pipeline that runs under the Baltic sea to Germany because of doubts over the return of a turbine from Canada. read more On Saturday, Gazprom said it had asked Siemens to show documentation that would allow the crucial turbine to be brought to a Nord Stream 1 compressor station. “Gazprom is counting on the Siemens Group to unconditionally fulfil its obligations with regard to servicing gas […]