Gazprom refused to book additional capacity of GTSOU for November

The Russian company Gazprom refused to book additional transit capacity through Ukraine for November and bought only a third of the proposed transit capacity of the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline, which runs through Poland, Ekonomichna Pravda reports.

GTSOU distributed the proposed capacity along two routes: 9.8 million cubic meters per day were offered at the Sudzha gas metering station, another 5.2 million cubic meters per day – at the Sokhranovka gas metering station. All of them remained unclaimed by Gazprom.

This year, the Russian company has a long-term booking of Ukrainian capacities in the amount of 40 billion cubic meters or 109 million cubic meters per day.

It is also reported that the company has booked the capacity of the Polish section of the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline in the amount of 31.4 million cubic meters per day (89 million cubic meters per day offered) for November.

To recap, Naftogaz has applied for participation in the certification of Nord Stream 2.

As reported, Europe began to take gas from underground storage facilities.

Tags: Gazprom, Nord Stream 2, legislation, RF, GTS Operator, Ukraine, volumes, Makohon, OGTSU, Europe

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