Contents tagged with gas transit

  • Gazprom claims that increase in Nord Stream’s transit did not reduce gas transit through Ukraine

    Gazprom is experiencing good dynamics in its gas exports to Europe through Nord Stream  and OPAL pipelines; at the same time, transit through Ukraine has even increased, TASS reported quoting  Chairman of the Board of Gazprom, Alexey Miller.

    "Between August 1 and August 8, production through the OPAL gas pipeline by Gazprom increased by 30%. Today, the pipeline has reached full capacity. The volume of daily gas supply to Greifswald reached 140 million cubic meters on August 8. That is, the use …

  • Media: Russia to limit gas transit through Ukrainian territory

    Russia is restricting the transit of gas through Ukrainian territory, and will soon exclude its western neighbor from the process of transporting natural gas to western countries, Vedomosti reports.

    Vedomosti claims that Gazprom has reduced the flow of gas through Ukrainian territory and has simultaneously increased it in the OPAL pipeline. Recently the European Commission approved the use of 40% of the capacity of the gas pipeline.

    According to the opinion of Russian experts, Moscow is …

  • The transit of Russian gas through Ukraine increased by 21% in 6 months

    In the first half of 2017, gas transit through Ukraine increased by 21% to 45.7 billion cubic meters, as reported on Facebook by Magistralnye Gazoprovody Ukrainy. Gas transported through Ukraine comes from Russia to the EU.

    "If these levels are maintained, by the end of the year we can expect 90 billion cubic meters of blue fuel for European consumers to be transported through Ukraine," the report said. Gas production in Ukraine has increased by 3%, reaching 10.3 billion cubic meters and …

  • Naftogaz intends to dramatically reduce the tariff for Russian gas transit beginning in 2020

    NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine plans to significantly reduce tariffs on natural gas transit after the expiration of the contract with the Russian company, Gazprom, in 2019, as stated by the Group Chief Commercial Officer of Naftogaz, Yuriy Vitrenko, in an interview with the DPA news agency which was published on Monday, May 1st, Deutsche Welle reported.

    "Starting in 2020, the tariffs will reduce to nearly one tenth [of the current], and this will make transit through the Ukrainian gas transportation …