LONDON - Physical flows of Russian gas through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline to Germany remained stable on Monday, while eastbound gas flows via the Yamal-Europe pipeline to Poland from Germany inched up, operators' data showed.

On the Nord Stream AG website, physical flows were at 29,284,089 kilowatt hours per hour (kWh/h) for 0900-1000 CET (0700-0800 GMT), compared with levels around 29,000,000 kWh/h the previous day.

Nord Stream 1, which runs on the bed of the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany, resumed pumping gas on Thursday after a 10-day maintenance shutdown, but at only 40% of its capacity.

Siemens Energy handed over Canadian documentation to Russian gas giant Gazprom on Sunday which would allow the transport of turbines for the Nord Stream 1, Russia's Kommersant newspaper reported.

Eastbound gas flows via the Yamal-Europe pipeline to Poland from Germany slightly increased on Monday morning, data from pipeline operator Gascade showed.

Exit flows at the Mallnow metering point on the German border stood at 3,068,988 kWh/h versus levels of around 2,800,000 kWh/h the previous day.

Nominations for Russian gas flows into Slovakia from Ukraine via the Velke Kapusany border point remained steady on Monday and stood at 36.8 million cubic metres (mcm) per day, compared to 36.9 mcm the previous day, data from the Ukrainian transmission system operator showed.

Gazprom said its supply of gas to Europe through Ukraine via the Sudzha entry point was seen at 41.7 million cubic metres (mcm) on Monday versus 41.2 mcm a day earlier.

An application to supply gas via the Sokhranovka entry point was rejected by Ukraine, Gazprom said.

(Reporting by Bozorgmehr Sharafedin; editing by Nina Chestney)