The Russian company “Gazprom” announced today, Friday, that it will supply Europe with gas through Ukraine with an amount of 40.7 million cubic meters through the “Sudja” gas pumping station.
A representative of Gazprom said – according to what was reported by the Russian news agency “Tass” – that “Gazprom” exports Russian gas through the territory of Ukraine in the amount confirmed by the Ukrainian side through the “Sudja” gas pumping station, which amounts to 40.7 million cubic meters on May 12, and the request was rejected. Delivery via Sukhanovka.
Previous reports, with reference to the data issued by the website of the operator of the gas transmission system in Ukraine, stated that the transit of Russian gas through Ukrainian territory may reach 40.7 million cubic meters on May 11.
The transit line through Ukraine remains the only route for Russian gas supplies to western and central European countries. And pumping through Nord Stream has been completely stopped.
The volume of gas withdrawals from European underground gas storage facilities reached 30 million cubic meters on May 10, according to data provided by European Gas Infrastructure. The total pumping was 263 million cubic meters.
The heating season in Europe ended on April 6, and European gas infrastructure facilities are 62.48% full (19.03% higher than the average for this date in the past five years), with gas reserves of 68.17 billion cubic meters.