Russian gas supplies to Poland via the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline WERE HALTED April 26. Poland is now no longer receiving __any__ natural gas from Russia. The country is expected to run out of natural gas within one week, shutting down electric generating plants, industry, and heat/electric for private homes.
This shut down took place because last Friday, the deadline for paying for energy resources in rubles - expired.
Gazprom has suspended gas supplies to Poland. At the Kondratki entry point, the transmission level dropped to 0 kWh.
Now confirmed: Polish PGNiG says it has received a note from Russia's Gazprom informing them that starting from April 27, 8:00am local time, gas supplies from Russia to Poland under the Yamal Contract are completely suspended.
UPDATE 2:35 PM EDT --
If Poland isn’t getting any gas, then neither is Germany; that’s the way the pipeline runs. Nordstream 2 is not on line, so if Poland is cut off, the only way to supply Germany is blocked, also.
As such, we should hear screams from Germany any hour now.
UPDATE 3:49 PM EDT --
Now receiving reports claiming natural gas supplies to Bulgaria have now also been halted.