Now the import is only 3 million m3 per day.
According to the operational data of Ukrtransgaz, as of June 9, 2021, 15.79 billion cubic meters of gas were accumulated in the underground storage facilities.
This is 22% more than the average over the past five years.
As of the morning of May 27, the level of stocks in the underground storage facilities was 35.82%.
After the engines have been repaired, the UGS facilities will be able to ensure fast extraction and injection of natural gas.
On May 25, the GTS Operator auctioned additional capacities for the transit of gas from Russia to Europe, but Gazprom refused.
The total occupancy of European gas storage facilities (UGS) is 93.6%.
Naftogaz has not purchased natural gas from Russia for more than 1,500 days
Prices for European gas hubs began to decline sharply at the end of December.
Fullness of European UGS facilities as of October 8, 2019