Gazprom has reduced the flow through the Nord Stream gas pipeline by more than a third

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The press service of the Gazprom company reports that it is forced to significantly reduce pumping through the Nord Stream highway.

To date, the planned daily volume of supplies of "blue fuel" through this gas pipeline is 167 million cubic meters, while in reality it is possible to pump only 100 million cubic meters through it. Thus, Gazprom is reducing gas supplies to Europe via Nord Stream by more than a third.



It should be noted that such a step on the part of our company is by no means due to political motives. The thing is that the German company Siemens did not return gas pumping units from repair in a timely manner.

At the same time, the gas compressor units used at the Portovaya compressor station have exhausted their overhaul life, and some engines even require urgent repairs. At the moment, only three gas pumping units can be used at the above-mentioned compressor station, which is the reason for such a sharp reduction in supplies.

Naturally, the European commodity exchanges immediately reacted to the message of the press service of our "gas giant". To date, there is a serious shortage of energy resources in the EU, therefore, quotations for raw materials are extremely “sensitive” to any negative news in this area.

It is reported that the price of July futures on the Dutch TTF hub rose by 3,4% after the announcement of a reduction in supplies via Nord Stream. In just one day, according to the London Stock Exchange, gas prices rose by 10%.
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    1. +15
      14 2022 June
      Get and sign plizz gentlemen bourgeois ... smile Gazprom gave applications for equipment on time. We'll have to speed up the certification of the second stream .. smile
      1. +31
        14 2022 June
        In general, if you cut the gas supply by half, the price may increase by half, and if there is no difference, why pump more gas?
        1. +3
          14 2022 June
          Quote: Clever man
          In general, if you cut the gas supply by half, the price may increase by half, and if there is no difference, why pump more gas?

          To reach the same amount of gross revenue after reducing sales by 50%, the price must be increased by 100%.
          At the same time, the same revenue will contain much more net profit.
          1. 0
            14 2022 June
            Quote: Flood
            To reach the same amount of gross revenue after reducing sales by 50%, the price must be increased by 100%.
            At the same time, the same revenue will contain much more net profit.

            Brilliant .... but with personnel, subcontractors and infrastructure for the extraction and transportation of 50% of "unnecessary"
            gas what will you do?
            1. +8
              14 2022 June
              Quote: Liam
              Brilliant .... but with personnel, subcontractors and infrastructure for the extraction and transportation of 50% of "unnecessary"
              gas what will you do?

              I didn't write "unnecessary".
              It will be useful for future generations of Russians.
              As for the question "what to do?".
              Manage income wisely.
              Do not be scared.
              In Italy and Greece, they walked in tunics and did not complain about the cold.
              1. -7
                14 2022 June
                Quote: Flood
                did not write "unnecessary".
                It will be useful for future generations of Russians

                Comrade ... Closing a well is not like turning on a tap in the kitchen. Closing a well is a very complex and expensive technological process with irreversible consequences. under sanctions. It’s the same with pipelines and gas storage facilities. Either close and then restore with monstrous spending .. or spend huge sums and keep them in working condition for the future. Plus, fire hundreds of thousands of people or pay their wages just like that. This is not counting the loss of markets .
                And when, after a few months of super prices, prices collapse as usual ... it’s impossible to safely go bankrupt because the industry is ruined and it’s impossible to quickly increase production to compensate for low prices and there is no one to sell it to

                Ingenious plan in general ... as always, however
                1. +9
                  14 2022 June
                  Quote: Liam
                  Closing a well is not like turning on a tap in the kitchen. Closing a well is a very complex and expensive technological process with irreversible consequences. That is, you won’t start it again later

                  You are fighting with your own fantasy.
                  I didn't write a word about "shutdown of wells".

                  "Regulation of flow rate and pressure of gas wells"

                  https://www.neftemagnat.ru/enc/92

                  Quote: Liam
                  Plus, fire hundreds of thousands of people or pay them a salary just like that. This is not counting the loss of markets

                  Why lay off staff if the industry is still able to bear all the costs?
                  Where did you get the data on "hundreds of thousands"?
                  After all, we are talking only about a part of the gas sold.
                  The geography of sales is developing successfully.

                  Quote: Liam
                  Ingenious plan in general ... as always, however


                  Your rating is extremely important to me.
                  1. -9
                    14 2022 June
                    Quote: Flood
                    Regulation of flow rate and pressure of gas wells"

                    Comrade ... you have no idea what you're pushing
                    1. +7
                      14 2022 June
                      Quote: Liam
                      Comrade

                      I am not your friend.

                      Quote: Liam
                      you have no idea what you're pushing

                      Tell me.
                      I am not proud.
                    2. +3
                      15 2022 June
                      You want to say that the flow rate of the well is not regulated?
                2. +5
                  14 2022 June
                  Let's drill, the main thing is that the geyropa freezes, and the industry stands up with its "cancer".
                3. +5
                  14 2022 June
                  Where did you find cut hundreds of thousands of people in the gas?
                4. +4
                  14 2022 June
                  Don't push if you don't understand
          2. +10
            14 2022 June
            Quote: Flood
            At the same time, the same revenue will contain much more net profit.

            Why do we need these revenues and profits if this money cannot be used to buy machine tools and equipment for our own factories?
            1. -1
              14 2022 June
              Quote: aybolyt678
              Why do we need these revenues and profits if this money cannot be used to buy machine tools and equipment for our own factories?

              Do we now receive mostly rubles for egergoresources?
              Or another agreed nat. currency.
              1. +1
                14 2022 June
                Quote: Flood
                Do we now receive mostly rubles for egergoresources?

                this is for gas, for oil dollars, and by the amount of oil sold more than gas. It remains to discuss the second part of the problem - what will they sell us for rubles?
                1. 0
                  14 2022 June
                  Quote: aybolyt678
                  it's for gas, for oil dollars

                  article about Gazprom and Nord Stream

                  Quote: aybolyt678
                  It remains to discuss the second part of the problem - what will they sell us for rubles?

                  part goes to pay for consumable items: production, depreciation, maintenance, transportation
                  part - in the State. budget
                  the rest - in development and funds
                  1. +3
                    14 2022 June
                    Quote: Flood
                    and what will they sell us for rubles?

                    part goes to pay for consumable items: production, depreciation, maintenance, transportation
                    part - in the State. budget
                    the rest - in development and funds

                    what of what we need, namely technology, machine tools, they will sell us for rubles, the question is this.
                    1. -1
                      15 2022 June
                      Quote: aybolyt678
                      what of what we need, namely technology, machine tools, they will sell us for rubles, the question is this.

                      Initially, the question was put differently.
                      China will sell machine tools for rubles.
                      1. +1
                        15 2022 June
                        Quote: Flood
                        Initially, the question was put differently.

                        As for me, the reduction in gas supplies is fat
                        a hint that it is time for the West to lift sanctions.
                        The fact that this reduction was predictable and all the necessary measures for such a reduction were
                        accepted, no doubt. hi
            2. +2
              14 2022 June
              Everything can be bought in China
              1. +2
                14 2022 June
                China will not sell the most advanced .. It will sell the finished product. Try to buy a car factory in China
        2. +1
          14 2022 June
          Quote: Clever man
          if there is no difference, why pump more gas?

          Entertaining Mathematics lol
          1. +11
            14 2022 June
            Indeed, "entertaining mathematics": they drove gas nemchure with overfulfillment of obligations and violation of safety regulations by as much as one third, and now it's like "forced" to "reduce" pumping to the maximum possible. Truly marvelous are your works, Lord. In Ukraine, our guys are fighting the fascists, and someone is pumping the natural resources of Russia to the maximum to the former fascists who support the current fascists in Ukraine. Just some sur...
            1. 0
              14 2022 June
              This is how we beat the damp.
              Without the banner of victory ...
            2. 0
              14 2022 June
              Sur is not sur, but it’s willing to eat, and for this you need money
              1. +6
                14 2022 June
                Quote: Clever man
                Sur is not sur, but it’s willing to eat, and for this you need money

                Everything is fine, but the money does not go to those who want to eat.
                This is what capitalism is. hi
        3. 0
          14 2022 June
          Quote: Clever man
          why pump gas more?

          wells will have to be mothballed. and this is not cheap
          1. +5
            14 2022 June
            Quote: Pilat2009
            wells will have to be mothballed. and this is not cheap

            the mere intention of mothballing wells will already pay for this procedure by rising prices and the safety of our finite raw materials.
          2. 0
            14 2022 June
            Why preserve can be driven to the Chinese
          3. +3
            14 2022 June
            Why rush to conserve - in the summer, with a smaller debit, let them work to fill Russian UGSFs ... By winter, the situation will become clearer, but given that German storage facilities are no longer Gazprom's, Gazprom itself will not be able to use them as a damper in winter, and with under certain circumstances, it may be necessary to bring wells to large volumes ... And such circumstances, in the current climate - frosts, no wind cannot be ruled out ... an example is the same Australia this year, the weather pressed and went ... And then another question is how to wash to supply tighter the DNR, LNR (they have grown) + Kherson, Zaporozhye, etc. Naftogaz will fill their empty storage facilities at current prices, especially where he is sure that they will come under the control of Russia ... in winter, one more appendage ... to mothball always make it...
        4. 0
          14 2022 June
          Egghead .........maybe the price will rise by half

          You can take your time with the repair, the Stakhanov method is redundant here.
      2. 0
        14 2022 June
        They are not going to pump more at all, all according to the residual principle. The weekly volumes of Russian gas imports to the EU, last year and this year, show how much imports have declined.

        Volume of gas in European gas storages. Despite the sharp decline in imports from Russia, gas reserves in the EU are noticeably higher than a year ago.

        Exchange prices for gas supplies to the EU are several times higher than last year, but they are also far from the peaks of 2-3 thousand dollars per 1000 cubic meters.
        1. +3
          14 2022 June
          Warm winter, a decline in industrial production, and not yet a hot summer .. They count gas in the fall ..
      3. +3
        14 2022 June
        laughing That's good. They also need to pay a penalty ...
        We could, but did not pump - how did you let us down! )) And, attach a seven-digit account - let them pay.
    2. +4
      14 2022 June
      let the yans all break am
      1. +8
        14 2022 June
        Quote: SaLaR
        let the yans all break

        They make a mustache of an innocent schoolgirl out of themselves.
    3. +10
      14 2022 June
      They bend Europe .. and that's good. By the fall, it looks like everything will be completely out of order ..
      1. +7
        14 2022 June
        And they will have no other way out, only the certification of the second stream and the first one will be displayed in the PPR. Through the Ukrainian GTS, they will obviously not give it until the SVO is completed. The situation is stalemate. Hans stepped on their own balls ... smile
      2. +5
        14 2022 June
        For technical reasons, it is possible to reduce gas supplies, but what prevents them from doing this for political reasons, they still supply weapons to Ukrhunte??? Seems it's all about the money, not the relationship.
        1. -1
          14 2022 June
          Quote: marchcat
          they still supply weapons to Ukrhunte

          Germany recently blocked the supply of tanks to Ukraine from Spain.
      3. +5
        14 2022 June
        Moreover, Russian equipment can also fail, because there are imported components there. Now Gazprom needs to hurry up and make requests for all types of imported components. If they don’t send something, you can say that it’s broken and stop downloading.
    4. +9
      14 2022 June
      Everything is logical, equipment .. imported breaks .. they can’t really repair it, they can’t supply spare parts .. because sanctions have been announced .. And somehow it turns out that Gazprom is not to blame, but supplies have decreased ..
      1. -1
        14 2022 June
        Quote: kor1vet1974
        that Gazprom is not to blame

        Legally, the supplier takes care of his equipment himself. The buyer is not interested in what is broken there. If he violates the contract, pay a penalty.
        1. +3
          14 2022 June
          Quote: Pilat2009
          Violated the contract, pay a penalty.

          the contract of service of the delivered equipment there for certain there are responsible persons.
        2. +3
          14 2022 June
          And what legally prevents the "supplier" from making claims for this penalty to the one with whom the contract for equipment was concluded (there is also a contract and he violated it).
          1. -2
            14 2022 June
            Siemens does not buy gas from Russia, and the fact that we cannot produce this equipment is our headache. The West will sue Gazprom for non-delivery, and we will sue Siemens.
          2. -3
            14 2022 June
            Quote: BrTurin
            present claims for this penalty to the person with whom the contract for equipment has been concluded

            You understand very well that lately Gazprom has been losing all court cases
    5. +3
      14 2022 June
      We pump less, but we get more, due to the fact that the Germans will be forced to take gas on the spot market. And it is right
    6. +3
      14 2022 June
      Somehow everything is going well and most importantly on time.
      1. -3
        14 2022 June
        What's good? We have already written above that the storage facilities are filled more than last year's volume. Due to high gas prices, they take LNG. If Siemens does not give away equipment, then they think that they can get by. By the way, gas is getting cheaper for amers.
        1. +2
          14 2022 June
          Quote: ASAD
          .By the way, amers get cheaper gas

          the only reason for the accident was an explosion and fire at the American LNG plant Freeport LNG... The accident at Freeport LNG immediately led to a drop in wholesale gas prices in the USA. In a few hours, fuel quotes on the Henry Hub exchange fell from $330 per thousand cubic meters to $290. v-strane-podeshevel-postavki-v-es-pod-voprosom
          thought for 3 weeks, but it turned out - The consequences of a fire at the American LNG plant Freeport LNG turned out to be more serious than expected. The operator reported that the export terminal would not operate for about three months. 68% of LNG supplies from the plant went to Europe. https://eadaily.com/ru/news/2022/06/14/ssha-ne-dodadut-evrope-spg-chp-na-terminale-okazalos-sereznym.
          SP-2, an accident in the states, where gas has fallen in price, and in Europe - The cost of gas in Europe jumped by almost 20% after one of the largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants in the USA - Freeport LNG - announced a distant deadline resumption of activity, according to trading data on the London ICE exchange. https://1prime.ru/energy/20220614/837165881.html
          Injection into UGS facilities is now high, but the reason is a good wind in Europe, to the delight of the "greens", but the wind is a variable thing, and if the wind is not very good - European countries' refusals to pay in rubles for Russian gas supplies have led to a significant slowdown in fuel injection into underground storage facilities (UGS) in Germany. This is evidenced by the data of Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE)... if since the beginning of May UGS facilities have been filled by an average of 0,5 percentage points per day, and sometimes by 0,7 points, then since May 30, the speech rate has fallen to 0,3 percentage point. https://1prime.ru/gas/20220603/837071340.html
          "gas is counted in autumn" ...
          1. 0
            14 2022 June
            Quote: BrTurin
            The emergency at Freeport LNG immediately led to a drop in wholesale gas prices in the US. Within a few hours, fuel quotes on the Henry Hub exchange fell from $330 per thousand cubic meters to $290.

            Something here does not fit with the logic.
            If an additional manufacturer came into play and prices dropped. - that would be fine. But when part of the production capacity fails and prices fall, the reason for the fall is somewhere far from the sphere of production.
            Very far. hi
            1. +1
              15 2022 June
              What is not logical here? The gas will not be liquefied at the plant for shipment to Europe. Accordingly, it will remain in the United States, which will cause an excess of gas in the domestic market and, accordingly, a decrease in stock prices.
    7. -1
      14 2022 June
      The thing is that the German company Siemens did not return gas pumping units from repair in a timely manner.

      And they are not going to return, sanctions. The question is different, why didn’t they set ours?
      1. -2
        14 2022 June
        The question is different, why didn’t they set ours?
        Do we produce gas pumping units? It seems like no. That's why they didn't put it in.
        1. 0
          14 2022 June
          Ever since the days of the USSR, now I know at least two manufacturers:
          https://npoiskra.ru/catalog/gazoperekachivayushchie-agregaty/
          https://www.reph.ru/production/gas/
          Of course, it is possible that there were no units for the offshore gas pipeline, but who prevented the development?
        2. +1
          14 2022 June
          Quote: Grandfather is an amateur
          But do we produce gas pumping units?

          UEC has a whole line of GPUs on its website - from GPU-4RM to GPU-25.
          http://odk-gt.ru/index.php/ru/gazoperekachivayuschee-oborudovanie-2

          According to GPA-25 it is written that:
          GCU-25 was selected by PJSC "Gazprom" for the construction of compressor stations of the main gas pipeline "South Stream".
    8. BAI
      +11
      14 2022 June
      The thing is that the German company Siemens did not return gas pumping units from repair in a timely manner.

      What does "on time" mean? Siemens simply did not return them to Gazprom. Generally. And will not return until the lifting of sanctions. That is, it will not return.
      1. +8
        14 2022 June
        Quote: BAI
        What does "on time" mean? Siemens simply did not return them to Gazprom. Generally. And will not return until the lifting of sanctions. That is, it will not return.

        Well, let them sit without gas and think: "Who is to blame? and" What to do?
        1. +7
          14 2022 June
          And they, the Germans, in my opinion, do not think of anything. An hour ago, driving in the car (in Frankfurt) and listening to the news. They just give information: "Electricity prices will be raised again, because Gazprom reduced gas supplies through the first stream by a third due to technical reasons. This will not affect the total gas reserves."
          Just some kind of nonsense ...
      2. +5
        14 2022 June
        Siemens simply did not return them to Gazprom. Generally. And will not return until the lifting of sanctions. That is, it will not return.

        Originally the Germans shoot themselves in the foot. smile
        1. +1
          14 2022 June
          It seems that rake racing is not only purely Ukrainian fun. The only question is - is it contagious in itself, or did the "non-brothers" manage to bite someone in Europe?
        2. +1
          15 2022 June
          Quote: Lech from Android.
          Originally the Germans shoot themselves in the foot.

          Bonded.
          There will be a team - and they will shoot themselves in Faberge.
    9. HAM
      +5
      14 2022 June
      Very "technically" - it seems that no one is blocking anything, and there will not be enough gas by winter .... "Houston, there are problems in Europe!" laughing
    10. +12
      14 2022 June
      They closed their nuclear power plants, the mines have been idle for 40 years, now the gas is shut off ...
      Firewood? So there are no forests!
      1. +2
        14 2022 June
        Quote: u-345
        They closed their nuclear power plants, the mines have been idle for 40 years, now the gas is shut off ...
        Firewood? So there are no forests!

        Maybe the Americans are going to make another Ukraine??? after Poland?
        1. +3
          14 2022 June
          Americans sell LNG to Europe, including ours.
      2. -1
        14 2022 June
        Quote: u-345
        mines have been idle for 40 years

        But their miners don’t die from lung cancer, Karl. Whatever you say, the environment in the West is much better
        1. +2
          14 2022 June
          Quote: Pilat2009
          But their miners don’t die from lung cancer, Karl. Whatever you say, the environment in the West is much better

          I do not argue! Only now, under the USSR, special sanatoriums for miners were provided with full treatment and prevention. In the same Crimea. And where are they now? And the result after such a rest was excellent.
        2. -3
          14 2022 June
          Quote: Pilat2009
          Whatever you say, the environment in the West is much better

          this is because harmful industries are brought to Russia smile
    11. +5
      14 2022 June
      And don't be fooled by bullshit. It is supposed to pump a certain amount according to TU, so pump it. Why rape equipment, but they want more, there is SP-2. Do not confuse political and economic issues with purely technical ones.
      1. 0
        14 2022 June
        Quote: Ros 56
        Do not confuse political and economic issues with purely technical ones.

        I am now confused by proprietary questions - how much do I personally have from the sale abroad of the resources of my beloved country? and how much a person from the "elite" has a privatized national treasure, which in our democratically patriotic society everyone wants to nationalize, but the Constitution does not allow! laughing
        1. +2
          15 2022 June
          So it is necessary to amend the Constitution, we must work in this direction. And this is a question
          how much do I personally get from selling abroad the resources of my beloved country?
          You can ask yourself as much as you want, without action nothing will change. hi
          1. 0
            15 2022 June
            Quote: Ros 56
            You can ask yourself as much as you want, without action nothing will change.

            I have been asking myself this for a long time, do you mean criminally punishable actions, in wartime?
            1. +1
              15 2022 June
              Not at all, the usual socio-political activity. Or do you think the universe supplies us with politicians?
              1. 0
                15 2022 June
                in general, my idol is Zakhar Prilepin, sometimes I even make small transfers to his fund. I actively agitate for the development of elements of socialism in our life in VO and in life. Is this not enough?
                1. +1
                  16 2022 June
                  Apparently not enough, but our country is big. Remember how the Bolsheviks worked, went to the very outback, and not only in St. Petersburg and Moscow worked.
                  1. 0
                    16 2022 June
                    Quote: Ros 56
                    Remember how the Bolsheviks worked, went to the very outback, and not only in St. Petersburg and Moscow worked.

                    I live in a Siberian village, I work in agriculture laughing
    12. sen
      +7
      14 2022 June
      It should be noted that such a step on the part of our company is by no means due to political motives. The thing is that the German company Siemens did not return gas pumping units from repair in a timely manner.

      Germany "shared" our gas with many countries, including with Poland, now the lafa has departed. Siemens have done extreme.
    13. +3
      14 2022 June
      the daily volume of supplies of "blue fuel" through this gas pipeline is 167 million cubic meters, while in reality it is possible to pump only 100 million cubic meters through it.

      That is, according to the numbers, no one noticed anything .... They pump 167 with 100 possible. It turns out on the contrary, they pump a third more.
      1. +1
        14 2022 June
        I noticed. I think they meant that now there is no way to pump more than 100 million cubic meters through the gas pipeline.
      2. 0
        14 2022 June
        Quote: Nitten
        the daily volume of supplies of "blue fuel" through this gas pipeline is 167 million cubic meters, while in reality it is possible to pump only 100 million cubic meters through it.

        That is, according to the numbers, no one noticed anything .... They pump 167 with 100 possible. It turns out on the contrary, they pump a third more.

        And by the letters, too, someone did not notice something recourse The planned pumping (the so-called with all working GPUs) is 167, and in the current state only 100 are possible.
    14. +3
      14 2022 June
      Oh, how beautifully they showed a fig in their pocket. Purely hinted that the trains run in both directions. Still, in business people are more alive than in politics, sometimes they do what they think.
    15. +1
      14 2022 June
      .... here's Europe and "Yuri's Day" ... get used to it ...
    16. 0
      14 2022 June
      author -what kind of math do you have?? 100 ml can be pumped through the pipe and 167 ml is pumped = how is it? and where is the decrease ??
    17. 0
      14 2022 June
      Quote: Flood
      Quote: Clever man
      In general, if you cut the gas supply by half, the price may increase by half, and if there is no difference, why pump more gas?

      To reach the same amount of gross revenue after reducing sales by 50%, the price must be increased by 100%.
      At the same time, the same revenue will contain much more net profit.

      Moreover, if we talk about Germany, then the loss of 50% of gas, it loses much more in money, since Germany transits gas further, and makes good money on it. Of the total volume of gas supplied through S. Stream-1. Germany uses only 1/3 for itself.
    18. +1
      14 2022 June
      Siemens is to blame for the choronyak. We would be for a sweet soul, especially since the LNG plant burned a little overseas. Coincided, however. And so for God's sake, take the "expensive" guests as much gas as you can carry, payment in rubles. bully Not carried away? It happens. It was not necessary to yap SP-2. what Get the sleigh ready in the summer and the gas too.
    19. 0
      14 2022 June
      Can someone explain what is in the article with the numbers? 167 is less than 100 by a third?
    20. 0
      14 2022 June
      It should be noted that such a step on the part of our company is by no means due to political motives. The thing is that the German company Siemens did not return gas pumping units from repair in a timely manner.
      . MALAS, what else can be said.
      The question is ... is this their problem now or will they try to blame us?
      1. 0
        14 2022 June
        Of course they'll try to take it down. Siemens has a force majeure. The German government has imposed sanctions, and now Siemens does not owe anything to anyone. And we have "partners" and contracts, so Gazprom will be the last one.
        1. 0
          14 2022 June
          I can’t say exactly how, but ours also began to supplement the legislative base with provisions that protect our companies from arrogant raids from outside.
          Everything will soon be mutual.
    21. +2
      14 2022 June
      Hmm ... but exactly 167, not 67? Then 33 is almost a third of the possible 100. Maybe someone added the number "one = one" in front by accident? recourse
    22. 0
      14 2022 June
      It is necessary to supply something for fulfilling the conditions - ed. metals for semiconductors, titanium for aircraft and parts, oil and gas for equipment. Fanfiction is not needed.
    23. 0
      15 2022 June
      167:3 = 55, third is 55.

      They pump 100 instead of 167. Less than 67, a third means. About.
    24. 0
      15 2022 June
      the planned daily volume of supplies of "blue fuel" through this gas pipeline is 167 million cubic meters, while in reality it is possible to pump only 100 million cubic meters through it.

      The ends don't meet.

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