On November 11, 2021, Gazprom will again pump 109 mcm of natural gas via Ukraine to Europe
On November 11, 2021, Russia's Gazprom plans to transmit 109 mcm of natural gas to Europe via the Ukrainian GTS for the second day in a row, with the maximum possible capacity under the long-term contract (40 bcm to be transmitted annually. This became known from the results of daily auctions on the RBP Platform.
This is the highest value since the end of September 2021. Thus, Gazprom, as in the previous day, purchased at auction an additional 19.17 mcm out of the proposed 85.65 mcm transit gas interconnection capacities at the Velke Kapusany point (on the border of Ukraine and Slovakia).
Gas will come from Russia through the Sudzhu (76.9 mcm) and Sokhranivka (32.4 mcm) interstate gas interconnection points. Most of the gas will beb transmitted to Slovakia ( 89 mcm), and the remaining volumes to Poland and Moldova (by about 10 mcm in each direction).
Instead, at Mallnow (Polish-German border), the company did not purchase daily capacity for the transit on November 11, 2021.