Ukraine will not accept 10-15 bcm/y of Russian gas – Nasalyk

Kiev is not satisfied with Gazprom's proposal to transit up to 15 bcm/y of Russian gas via Ukraine after 2019, Ukrainian Energy Minister Ihor Nasalyk says.
By Staff reporter 11 April 2018 0 30388

Kiev is not satisfied with Gazprom's proposal to transit up to 15 billion cubic metres per year of Russian gas via Ukraine after 2019, Ukrainian Energy Minister Ihor Nasalyk was reported as saying by Interfax on Wednesday. 

"[Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei] Miller stated that [Russia] will leave 10-15 bcm/y and will pump [it] through Ukraine [but] our country will not [accept] such volumes,” Nasalyk said. “For Ukraine, this is unprofitable. Under such circumstances, we will need to invest our money to pump this...

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