Weird how things work sometimes.
Gazprom continues to supply gas to Europe through Ukraine via the Soudja station. Yesterday it delivered 37 million cubic meters of gas, a Gazprom press release has stated.
“Gazprom transports Russian gas through Ukraine in the amount confirmed by the Ukrainian side through the Soudja station, i.e. 37 million cubic meters by April 29. The request for pumping through Sokhranovka was rejected,” he said.
The previous day’s transit volume was 42.4 million cubic meters.
Gas transportation through Ukraine remains the only route to Western and Central Europe. Pumping through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline has stopped completely. Turkish Stream and Blue Stream are destined for Turkey and countries in southern and southeastern Europe.Gazprom continues to supply gas to Europe via Ukraine – ECD1 / TCO1
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