GTSOU completed the first stage of liquidation of the accident on the Urengoy–Pomary–Uzhhorod gas pipeline

On January 10, gas supply was resumed in the Lubnygaz network.

Gas transit to Europe decreased by 38% in 2020 – GTSOU

Key factors for the decline are the launch of new gas pipelines bypassing Ukraine and a decrease in demand in the EU.

Debt for negative imbalances increased to UAH 1.35 billion – GTSOU

Negative imbalances created by operators of gas distribution networks amount to 85%.

The income of GTSOU amounted to UAH 44.8 billion according to the results of 9 months of 2020

OGTSU received 77% for gas transit to the EU countries and Moldova and the movement of gas at interstate points of connection.

Gas transit from Russia amounted to 45 bcm in 10 months – Makohon

By the end of the year, the forecast predicts 55-56 billion m3.

Gas supplies through Ukraine to Hungary increased by 1 million cubic meters per day due to repairs on the gas pipeline – Makohon

Gas supplies from Austria fell by 80%.