On Friday morning, delivery of Russian gas to Europe via Ukraine was slightly lower while flows from Germany and Poland via the Yamal Pipeline were also lower.
According to data from the Ukrainian transmission operator, the nominal flows into Slovakia via Ukraine’s Velke Kapusany border point were 420,009,181 Kilowatt hours per annum (kWh/h) as of the last day. This is down from 421,945122kWh/h the previous days.
Gazprom, a Russian gas producer, stated that it supplies gas to Europe via Ukraine via the Sudzha entry points. This is slightly lower than 44.5 mcm Thursday.
Gazprom stated that Ukraine rejected a request to supply gas through Sokhranovka (another major entry point).
Yamal-Europe pipeline flows remained eastbound between Germany and Poland. They fell to 5,132 7,735 kWh/h Friday, down from 6,818,958kWh/h at midnight. Data from Gascade revealed that.
Friday morning flows to Germany via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline across the Baltic Sea were at 73.043,980 kWh/h. This was a little different from the 24 hours prior.
Ukraine’s Naftogaz begins pre-arbitration against Russia’s Gazprom
Naftogaz, Ukraine’s state gas company, announced Friday that it had initiated a pre-arbitration process against Gazprom, its Russian counterpart. Gazprom claimed Gazprom underpaid contractually agreed to gas transit charges.
“There’s a time when we can try to resolve the issue prior to arbitration. If we don’t resolve it – (we) will start) new arbitration,” Naftogaz CEO Yuri Vitrenko said to Interfax Ukraine on Friday.
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