Fuel scarcity in Europe can be dealt with
(MENAFN) Fuel scarcity in Europe can be overlooked if Gazprom lets European firms purchase natural fuel at receipt points set on the Russia-Ukraine border, as stated by Chairman of the board of Naftogaz of Ukraine, Yuriy Vitrenko, reported by Ukrinform in reference to his post on Facebook.
Vitrenko posted, “To this end (to tackle the gas shortage in Europe – ed.) Gazprom on its electronic platform should now start offering its European counterparts gas supplies with a receipt point at the Russia-Ukraine border (the Sudzha gas measuring station). Gazprom's European counterparts would thus be able to book transit through Ukraine themselves. There are definitely no issues with this on our side as we have everything open and accessible.”
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