This is 15.2 % (or 58.8 billion m3) more than in the same period of last year.
The company ramped up its domestic supplies from the gas transmission system by 16.5 % (or by 29.6 billion m3) over said period of 2021.
Gazprom increased its gas exports to the countries beyond the FSU to 164.8 billion m3, which is 8.3 % (or 12.7 billion m3) higher than the figure for the same period of 2020.
Specifically, the company increased its gas supplies:
Germany (+19.6 %)
Italy (+18.3 %)
Romania (+247.1 %)
Bulgaria (+48.2 %)
Poland (+7.3 %)
Greece (+13.7 %)
Slovenia (+53.3 %)
Finland (+10.8 %)
Gas supplies to China via the Power of Siberia pipeline are growing.
Since early this month, they have been topping Gazprom's daily contractual obligations by over 30 % every day.
For instance, on November 7, supplies as requested by China hit a new peak, exceeding the company's daily contractual obligations by 35.4 %.
The inventories in Ukraine's UGS facilities are 37 % (or 10.3 billion m3) below the level of last year.
Gazprom continues to inject its gas into 5 European UGS facilities.