Ukraine in 1H2021 slumped in its natural gas production by 4%, down to 11.9 bcm

During 1 half of 2021, Ukraine produced 11.9 bcm of natural gas, 4% less than last year, according to ExPro calculations.

Traditionally, the largest decline is shown by the public sector, namely the JSC UkrGasVydobuvannya (UGV). In 1H2021, the UGV produced 8.4 bcm of gas, by 5.2% less than in 1H2020.

The PJSC Ukrnafta reduced production at 680 mcm of natural gas in 1H2021, by 6.3% less than in 1H2020.

Conversely, Ukrainian private natural gas producing companies managed to stabilize its production at 2.8 bcm, which corresponds to the production output in 1H2020.

In July 2021, Ukraine produced 1.664 bcm of natural gas, 3% less than last year (1.715 bcm ). UGV produced 1.144 bcm of gas, by 4.7% less than in July 2021. The PJSC Ukrnafta managed to stabilize its production at 94.7 mcm of natural gas in July 2021, which corresponds to the production output in July 2020. Conversely, Ukrainian private natural gas producing companies showed a slight increase in production (1.3%), or from 419 mcm in July 2020 against 425 mcm in July 2021.

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