Transit of Russian gas through Ukraine has increased, since Europe has ceased to be abnormally warm, writes “Interfax”.
As of February 27, Gazprom pumped 106 million cubic meters through Ukraine. At the same time, from February 17 to 26, the figure averaged 79 million cubic meters per day (with a minimum result of 66.2 million on February 20). In addition, Gazprom booked significantly more transit volumes for February: 123.2 million cubic meters per day.
In January 2021, Gazprom pumped through Ukraine approximately 124.5 million cubic meters of gas per day, and in December the figure was at the level of 182.6 million cubic meters.
Earlier, Gazprom’s board of directors unanimously re-elected the current chairman of the board, Alexey Miller, for another five years. He has been leading the company since 2001. The company’s gas export revenues plummeted 39.6 percent year on year to $ 25.25 billion. The physical volume of gas exports decreased over the past year by 9.7 percent (to 199.2 billion cubic meters).