Gazprom has suspended gas supplies to Poland via Ukraine

Gazprom has suspended gas supplies to Poland via Ukraine since January 19, 2022, according to Gas TSO of Ukraine LLC (GTSOU) operational data. Deliveries are also not made on January 20, according to zero nominations.

On January 18 the Russian company pumped only 0.3 mcm to Poland, 12.5 times less than on January 17, 2022 (3.8 mcm). The reasons for the suspension of transit of the Russian gas via Ukraine to Poland are still unknown, but Gazprom also completely cut off gas supplies to Poland through Yamal on January 11, 2022.

In total, since the beginning of 2022, there were 100 mcm of Russian gas transmitted to Poland through the Ukrainian GTS. According to the results of 2021, Gazprom pumped 3.8 bcm of natural gas through Ukraine to Poland.

The current long-term contract between Gazprom and Poland, which was signed in 1996, ends in 2022. Poland has repeatedly stated that it does not plan to continue it.

As reported by ExPro, from the beginning of October 2021, has suspended Russian gas supplies to Hungary via Ukraine.

11:42 / 20 January 2022

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