Ukrtransgaz

Over a day, the Ukraine increased gas stocks in storages by 0.17%

As of October 17, volume of gas in underground storage facilities of the Ukraine amounted to 16.861 billion cubic meters, increased by 0.17% per day.

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Over a day, the Ukraine increased gas stocks in its underground storages

As of October 10, volume of gas in underground storage facilities of the Ukraine amounted to 16.669 billion cubic meters, increased by 0.15% per day. This is reported by Ukrtransgaz.

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Gas stocks in Ukrainian underground storages exceed 16.5 bln cubic meters

Gas reserves in Ukrainian underground gas storages have reached 16.523 billion cubic meters as of October 4, which is by 14.3% more than on the same date a year earlier, Ukrtransgaz informs.

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From the beginning of the year, the Ukraine almost doubled gas imports from the EU

In January-September 2017, the Ukraine increased gas imports on the reverse from the EU 1.7 times compared to the same period last year to 10.7 billion cubic meters, Ukrtransgaz reports.

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Ukrtransgaz reports record volume of gas transit over the past 9 years

Ukrtransgaz has reported that in the first three quarters of 2017 the Ukraine passed through its territory record 70.4 billion cubic meters of gas that is by 23.5% more than in the first nine month

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More than 16 bln cubic meters of gas pumped into Ukrainian storages

The reserves of natural gas in Ukrainian underground gas storages facilities have exceeded 16 billion cubic meters. This was reported by Ukrtransgaz.

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Gas reserves in Ukrainian storage facilities increase to 15 billion cubic meters

The reserves of natural gas in Ukrainian underground gas storages (UGS) increased by 2.5%, or by 371 million cubic meters, from 14 August to 2 September, up to 14.949 billion cubic meters from 14.5

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In 8 months transit of Russian gas through Ukraine rose to a maximum since 2011

In January-August 2017 PJSC Ukrtransgaz transited to the European countries 61.95 billion cubic meters of natural gas, which is 23.4% more than in the same period of 2016 and is the highest indicat

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Over a day, the Ukraine increased stocks in its storage facilities by 0.43%

As of August 22, the volume of gas in underground storage facilities of the Ukraine was 14.342 billion cubic meters, increased by 0.43% per day.

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Naftogaz approves appointment of Polish manager as head of Ukrtransgaz

Naftogaz of Ukraine approved the appointment of Pavel Józef Stanchak as the President of PJSC Ukrtransgas (UTG).

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