The head of the Ukrainian GTS Operator, Sergei Makogon, said that since November 1, the transit of Russian gas through the country has decreased by a third, to 57 million cubic meters per day. Earlier in October, a significant decrease in the capacity of the gas flow was also recorded.
“Since October 1, transit through Ukraine has dropped to 86 million cubic meters. m per day. At the same time, Gazprom pays for the transit capacity of 109 million cubic meters. m. Since November 1, transit through Ukraine has once again decreased – to 57 million cubic meters. m per day,” he wrote on Facebook.
Makogon noted that the Russian company, with the current volume of transportation, will not supply to the European Union by the end of May about 5 billion cubic meters. m of natural gas.
Earlier in Ukraine, they said that the country’s gas transmission system (GTS) lost about 4.5 billion cubic meters. m from the gas agreement between Russia and Hungary.