Gazprom will continue to transit gas via Ukraine – Miller

Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller said in a TV interview on Tuesday that the Russian major will continue to transit gas via Ukraine.
By Staff reporter 4 April 2018 0 30275

Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller said in a TV interview on Tuesday that the Russian major will continue to transit gas via Ukraine.

However, volumes shipped via the country will drop by up to 90% after the Nord Stream 2 and Turkish Stream pipelines are launched, Interfax reported on Wednesday.

Gazprom said in early March that it did not intend to renew its gas transit contracts with Naftogaz Ukrainy after they expire in 2019.

“We’re not saying that we will completely cut off transit through...

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