June 16 (Reuters) - Gazprom sees no solution to the ongoing equipment issue at the Portovaya compressor station, part of the Nord Stream 1 pipeline that carries Russian gas to Germany, its CEO said on Thursday.
Gazprom head Alexey Miller said sanctions were preventing the company - which says capacity is limited on Nord Stream 1 - from getting key equipment out of Canada.
The Russian gas giant has lots of equipment for the pipeline that is due to undergo major koora maintenance, he added.
(Reporting by Reuters Editing by Mark Potter)
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