gas transmission network operator Ukraine announced Tuesday night that it has been forced to temporarily disrupt the transit of a third of the gas transport Russia A europa Because of coercion.
Ukraine remains a major transit route for Russian gas europa Even during the Russian invasion of Ukraine,
company GTSOUwhich operates Ukraine’s gas system, said it would stop shipments via the route sokharnivka Starting this Wednesday, a clause declaring an “unforeseen event” is invoked when a business is affected by something beyond its control, reports Reuters,
32.6 million cubic meters of gas passes through Novopskov station per day
The company said it could not operate the gas compressor station Novopskov Due to the “interference of business forces in technological processes”, it said that this may temporarily transfer the affected flow to the physical interconnection point Sudjha located in an area controlled by Ukraine,
Executive Director of GTSOU, Sergi MakogonAsked to do Reuters that the Russian occupying forces had begun to seize the gas transit Ukraine and send it to two different regions supported Russia in the east of the country. makogon He did not provide any evidence for such an allegation.
Many of the operator’s facilities are located in areas controlled by Russia and it does not have operational or technical control over them, the Ukrainian company said. GTSOU This is a statement.
Ukrainian company indicated that to continue supplying gas temporarily and europa In the planned volume, the volume of the gas being transferred from the interconnection point is “likely” sozranivka Feather Sudjhamore north.
by measuring station Sudjhawhich is located in the area controlled by Ukraine, 77 million cubic meters of gas pass through daily.
Gazprom does not agree to change the route
gazpromwhich has a monopoly on Russian gas exports by pipeline, said it was “technically impossible” to move all volumes to the interconnection point. Sudjha further west, as proposed GTSOU,
,gazprom A spokesman for the Russian company said the force majeure incident is not confirmed and does not see any impediments to the continuation of work, Sergei KupriyanovTelegram.
Ukraine will cut Russian gas flow to Europe due to Russia’s operational “intervention”