Gas transits from Slovakia to Ukraine below 100 % capacity
The daily gas transit to Ukraine via Vojany-Uzhgorod reverse gas pipeline has reached less than 19 million cubic meters over the first days of the year 2016. Gas transit even dropped to roughly 12 million cubic meters on Wednesday.
The gas transit from Slovakia to Ukraine does not reach full capacity. The daily gas transit to Ukraine via Vojany-Uzhgorod reverse gas pipeline has reached less than 19 million cubic meters over the first days of the year 2016. On Wednesday, it fell to roughly 12 million cubic meters. Traders ordered gas transit for about 13 million cubic meters to Ukraine on Thursday. The company Eustream, which operates the reverse pipeline, informed that the capacity of the pipeline is not used for 50 percent, as its daily maximum transport capacity is 40 million cubic meters of gas. The capacity of the gas pipeline was not used 100 percent once last year.
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