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In January 2017, the Ukraine increased gas transit almost 1.4 times

In January 2017, the Ukraine increased the transit of natural gas through its gas transportation system by 38.3% (2 468.1 million cubic meters)

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Russian gas transit via the Ukraine to Europe grew by 49% to 4 bln cubic m in the past 2 weeks

Ukrtransgas fully executes its obligations on the transit of the Russian gas to the EU unlike Russia, which keeps violating the contract, Ukrtransgas reports.

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Fund of National Energy Security believes that in case of cold winter stocks in Ukrainian storages to be enough till the end of January

In case frosty winter, the gas stocks in underground storages of the Ukraine will be enough until the end of January 2017, said deputy head of the National Energy Security Fund Alexei Grivach.

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Gas transit to Europe through the Ukraine to grow by 20%

Due to the repair on of the Nord Stream pipeline the gas transit through the Ukraine to Europe will increase by 20%.

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The Ukraine asks the EC to monitor supply of transit gas from Russia

Naftogaz Ukrainy, as its head Andrei Kobolev promised on Wednesday, has appealed to the European Commission to consider the possibility of organizing a group to monitor the transit of Russian gas t

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Russia dramatically reduces gas transit through the Ukraine

On July 26th, the transit of natural gas through the Ukrainian gas transportation system fell to 136 million cubic meters, which is by 30% less than the average daily transit during July 1-22 (abou

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Gazprom challenges in court the decision of Ukrainian Antimonopoly Committee

Gazprom has challenged in the Economic Court of Kiev decision of the Antimonopoly Committee of the Ukraine on a fine in the amount of almost 86 billion hryvnis.
Earlier the Committee fined Gazprom 85.86 billion hryvnias (about $3.4 billion at the current exchange rates) for the abuse of dominant position on the gas transit market. The term till April 12th was given Gazprom to pay the penalty. At the same time, Gazprom then expressed its surprise, as it didn’t engage in entrepreneurial activity on the territory of the Ukraine, passing gas to Naftogaz Ukrainy on the western border of the Russian Federation.

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As of November 16, Ukrainian gas import is 8.8 million cubic meters per day

As of November the 16th, the Ukrainian gas import is 8.8 million cubic meters per day, Ukrtransgaz reported.
According to the company’s statistics, during the period of November 10-15, the import made up 2.6 million cubic meters.

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The Ukraine is behind schedule of coal and gas accumulation

In September, stocks of coal at power plants and power stations of Ukraine grew by a third, but all energy companies are behind the ministerial schedule of fuel accumulation.
It is reported by the Interfax-Ukraine, which referred to its own sources in the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of the Ukraine.
For example, in September 2015, the coal stocks in warehouses of thermal power plants and thermal power stations in the Ukraine increased by 32.2% (to 577.7 thousand tons) and by October 1, 2015, they made up 2 372.8 thousand tons.

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