Gas reserves in the UGSF of Ukraine increased by almost 26%

As of June 30, 2020, natural gas reserves in underground storage facilities (UGSF) of Ukraine reached 19.868 billion cubic meters, according to operational data of JSC Ukrtransgaz. It is reported by Business Censor.

This volume exceeds the figure for the same date in 2014-2019 by 1.4-2.1 times (by 5.5-10.2 billion cubic meters).

Reserves in the UGSFs of Ukraine increased by 25.9% or by 4.084 billion cubic meters after the end of the gas withdrawal season from March 26 to June 30.

Gas reserves in the country's UGS facilities decreased by 5 billion 999.57 million cubic meters (from 21 billion 783.68 million cubic meters to 15 billion 784.11 million cubic meters) during the last heating season, which lasted from November 1, 2019 to March 26, 2020

Gas reserves in the country's UGS facilities decreased by 8 billion 449.6 million cubic meters (from 17 billion 194.96 million cubic meters to 8 billion 745.36 million cubic meters) during the heating season, which lasted from November 6, 2018 to April 4, 2019,

Earlier it was reported that gas imports to Ukraine for increased by 24% over 6 months of 2020.

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