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Germany says deliveries ‘uninterrupted’ despite oil pipeline leak

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The German government said on Wednesday that oil deliveries were continuing to two key refineries despite a leak in the Druzhba oil pipeline linking Russia and Germany.

“Germany’s security of supply is currently guaranteed. Both refineries Schwedt and Leuna are receiving crude oil via the Druzhba pipeline ‘Friendship 1’ via Poland,” the economy ministry said in a statement. “Deliveries are uninterrupted.”


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