Gas production in Ukraine slashed by 2%, down to 19.8 bcm in 2021

In 2021, Ukraine reduced natural gas production by 2.2% (440 mcm), yielding only 19.79 bcm, according to data obtained by ExPro. This is the lowest value in the last 10 years.

The decline in production was primarily in the public sector. The largest Ukrainian producer, the state-owned JSC UkrGasVydobuvannya (UGV), produced 13.665 bcm of natural gas during 2021, by 4%, or by 570 mcm, less than in 2020. The company's annual average daily production of natural gas was at 37.4 mcm, albeit in December 2021 it was steadily higher than 38 mcm per day. The share of the UGV in the national annual production of natural gas by the end of 2021 was 69%. Conversely, the Ukrainian private oil&gas sector was steadily demonstrating a growth in the national production of natural gas.

13:43 / 4 January 2022

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