Gazprom pipelines and export capacity

Газопроводы Газпрома и экспортные мощности

Gas pipelines of West Siberia

Газопроводы Западной Сибири

Export flows of Gazprom

Экспортные потоки

Spot, Gazprom, Brent

Цены на нефть и газ

End-use price of gas

Russia and USA

Daily gas production

Суточная добыча


Ukrainian Gas Transit Flows of January 1 and January 6, 2009


The scheme above shows the daily flows of transit gas at import and export terminals of Ukraine in millions of cubic meters. The first number is the daily flow of December 31, 2008; the second number is the flow of January 1, 2009; and the number below is the difference between the two (source: Naftogaz).

According to the press-release of Jan-5-2009, to supply Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey and Macedonia via the Balkan pipeline (Orlovka gas metering station), Naftogaz needs at least 65 mmcm/day delivered to the Novopskov junction by the Urengoy-Novopskov and other pipelines.

The scheme below illustrates the input and output flows of gas of January 6, 2009. According to Naftogaz, Gazprom has cut the flow to all import terminals (gas metering stations), except Sudzha. Naftogaz was technically unable to supply gas to the inlet of the Balkan gas pipeline. Ukrainian storage facilities can supply gas to the pipelines that run through the Uzhgorod area. There are no facilities capable to supply enough gas to the Balkan pipeline (source: Naftogaz).

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