Gazprom: natural gas from Russia transfer through Ukraine which causes 25 percent decline
(MENAFN) Gazprom's spokesman Sergey Kupriyanov confirmed in a statement that the capacity of natural gas from Russian gas giant Gazprom intended for Europe through Ukraine is going to decline 25 percent on Monday in comparison with the amount the prior day.
"Gazprom will supply 46.8 million cubic meters of natural gas via Ukraine on May 15 (Monday)," Kupriyanov went further on, relative to 62.7 million cubic meters on Sunday.
Some 30 percent of gas exports for Europe transfer through Sokhranivka, in the Donbas district of eastern Ukraine.
The point has a natural gas delivery volume of nearly 30 million cubic meters for each day.
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