Russian gas transit to Europe through Sokhranivka declines 25 percent, Gazprom says
(MENAFN) The volume of natural gas from Russian gas giant Gazprom destined for Europe through Ukraine is going to fall 25 percent on Monday in contrast to the quantity the preceding day, according to Gazprom's spokesperson Sergey Kupriyanov.
Kupriyanov stated, relative to 62.7 million cubic meters on Sunday "Gazprom will supply 46.8 million cubic meters of natural gas via Ukraine on May 15 (Monday)."
Some 30 percent of gas supplies for Europe transit by Sokhranivka, in the Donbas area of eastern Ukraine. The point has a natural gas supply capacity of almost 30 million cubic meters a day.
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