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Gazprom Increased the Volume Of Gas Exports to Turkey
29.10.2017 00:19
Gazprom Increased the Volume Of Gas Exports to Turkey

“Gazprom” has increased the volume of gas exports to Turkey by 23.4 percent, or 4.2 billion cubic meters, from January 1 to October 15, 2017.

      The report notes that the countries of Southern and South-Eastern Europe continue to demonstrate increased demand for Russian gas. Thus, supplies to Greece have increased by 14.1 percent, Bulgaria - by 8.6 percent, Hungary - by 26.3 percent, Serbia - by 29.7 percent for the period. At the same time, gas supplies to non-CIS countries, in all directions, have increased by 10.9 percent, up to 148.6 billion cubic meters.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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