Gazprom: Russia to surge gas shipment through Ukraine by 20 percent
(MENAFN) Gazprom's natural gas exports to Europe through Ukraine is going to rise by 20 percent on Wednesday on comparison with Tuesday, the Russian energy giant stated on Wednesday.
Gazprom is going to provide 29.4 million cubic meters of gas for Europe throughout the Sudzha gas pumping station, the firm stated in an announcement, also mentioning that the demand for pumping via Sokhranovka had been declined by the Ukrainian nation.
In line with the firm, nearly 24.5 million cubic meters of gas was sent through the Sudzha gas pumping station on Tuesday.
Therefore, Gazprom asserted that the lag in gas flow to Europe fell from 44 percent to 32 percent in contrast with gas amounts at beginning of last month.
On the 10th of May, Ukraine blocked exports at the Sokhranovka supply point, via which one-third of Russia's natural gas bound for Europe passes, keeping the Sudzha point as Europe's only supply route for Russian provisions.
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