Gas reserves in European storage facilities fell below 79% 10:29

The gas reserve level in underground storage facilities (UGS) in Europe dropped below 79 percent due to cold weather in the region. writes about this TASS.

Since the start of the heating season, EU countries have withdrawn more than 26 billion cubic meters from underground gas storage facilities. m gas.

According to forecasts, January in Europe will be cold: one degree below the climate norm and 3 degrees colder than the same period in 2023.

The other day, Konstantin Tserazov, former senior vice-president economist of Otkritie Bank, in a conversation with socialbites.ca. statedWe think Europe will get through this warming season without any problems.

On Wednesday, January 17, Gazprom pumps 42.4 million cubic meters of Russian gas through the Ukrainian GIS Sudzha. m.Sokhranovka GIS application was rejected again. Today Sudzha is the only way to supply gas from Russia to Europe.

Last week Gazprom updated Daily gas supply record in Russia.

Previously recognizedIt was stated that Europe’s second largest gas supplier stopped the transportation of fuel to the Region.

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Source: Gazeta

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