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Gazprom cut gas deliveries to countries outside the FSU by 41.3% in January

The recent slump in Russian supply to Europe comes against a backdrop of heightened tensions between Russia and the West

Gazprom cut gas deliveries to countries outside the FSU by 41.3% in January

St.Petersburg, February 2 - Neftegaz.RU. Gazprom produced 47.4 billion m3 of gas in January 2022, which is 0.5 billion m3 (or 1 %) more than in the same period of last year.
The company ramped up its domestic supplies from the gas transmission system by 3.2 % (or by 1.1 billion m3) over said period of 2022.

The company’s gas exports to the countries beyond the FSU amounted to 11.4 billion m3, which is 41.3 % (or 8 billion m3) lower than the figure for the same period of 2021.

At the same time, Gazprom increased its supplies to Bulgaria (by 20.6 m3) and to Bosnia and Herzegovina (by 12.9 %).
The company’s gas deliveries are carried out as requested by consumers in full compliance with contractual obligations.

According to Gas Infrastructure Europe, working gas inventories in Europe’s UGS facilities were lagging behind last year’s level by 27.2 %(or by 14.2 billion m3) as of January 30.

As much as 81 % of the gas injected during the summer period is already withdrawn from the facilities.
The total amount of working gas inventories in European UGS facilities was as low as 38.1 billion m3 on January 30, falling by 2.7 billion m3 below the historical minimum for this date.

The inventories in Ukraine’s UGS facilities have dropped to 11.4 billion m3 and are now 46.3 % (or 9.8 billion m3) below the level of last year and 3.9 billion m3 below the level observed at the start of the injection period in April 2021.

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