Gas reserves in the UGSF of Ukraine increased by 2.6% last week

From July 4 to July 11, natural gas reserves in Ukrainian underground storage facilities (UGSF) increased by 2.6% up to 20.67 billion cubic meters, UNIAN reports.

As of July 11, gas reserves in the UGSFs are 42.4% higher than on the same date in 2019 (14.5 billion cubic meters). At the same time, Ukrainian gas storages are almost 67% full.

Recall that NEURC approved the Plan for the Development of Gas Storage Facilities Operator of Ukrtransgaz JSC for 2020-2029, as well as the investment program of Ukrainian underground storage facilities for 2020.

Earlier it was reported that NEURC approved increasing the tariff for services for storage and injection of natural gas into underground storage facilities from July 1, 2020.

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