In January-February, Gazprom increased gas supplies to non-CIS countries by 32.9%, to 34.5 billion cubic meters, and gas production increased by 7.8%, to 89.9 bcm
Gas supplies from the gas transmission system to the domestic market increased by 19.5% (by 11.1 bcm).
“In February, severe cold weather and snowfalls led to increased demand for gas in Russia and the European non-CIS countries. In these conditions, we continued to reliably provide consumers with gas,” the company said.
Supplies to Germany increased by 32.9%, to Turkey – by 52.9%, Italy – by 64%, Hungary – by 85%, BP France – by 26.7%, Bulgaria – by 56.5%, Romania – by 54.5%.
Turkey in February more than doubled its gas purchases from Gazprom by February 2020.
“Gas exports to China through the Power of Siberia gas pipeline continue to grow.
On an average daily basis, supplies both in January and in February are stable at the level of 29.8 million cubic meters per day. Since the beginning of the year, deliveries have already amounted to 1.757 bcm.