Gazprom continues normal supply of gas for transit through Ukraine, request for Tue is at maximum
MOSCOW. March 8 (Interfax) - The workload of the Ukrainian transit corridor remains high on Tuesday, in compliance with the long-term contract volumes (40 billion cubic meters a year, or 109 million cubic meters a day).
European buyers have increased their requests for purchasing natural gas from Gazprom in the wake of a price hike prompted by sanctions against Russia. At the moment, the gas price at the TTF gas hub has reached $2,437 per 1,000 cubic meters.
"Gazprom is supplying Russian gas for transit through the territory of Ukraine normally, in compliance with European consumers' requests, 109.5 million cubic meters as of March 8," Gazprom spokesman Sergei Kupriyanov told reporters.
According to information provided by the operator of the Ukrainian gas transport system, the nomination for March 8 is 109.5 million cubic meters, the request for March 7 was 109.5 million cubic meters.