Ukraines Gas Operator Says Transit To Europe Via Sokhranivka Halted From May 11


The Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine introduced on Tuesday the termination of the Russian fuel transit to Europe via the Sokhranivka station which is positioned within the Luhansk area from May 11

MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik – tenth May, 2022) The Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine introduced on Tuesday the termination of the Russian fuel transit to Europe via the Sokhranivka station which is positioned within the Luhansk area from May 11.

“Gas TSO of Ukraine (GTSOU) reports the occurrence of force majeure, which makes it impossible to further transport gas through the GMS ‘Sokhranivka’ and the border compressor station (CS) ‘Novopskov,’ which are located in the occupied territories. CS ‘Novopskov’ is the first compressor station of the Ukrainian GTS in the Luhansk region, through which almost a third of gas from Russia to Europe (up to 32.6 million cubic meters per day) is transited,” an announcement learn.

The fuel transit will likely be halted ranging from May 11, the assertion famous, including that it’s potential to briefly switch unavailable capability to the “Sudzha” bodily interconnection level positioned within the territory managed by Ukraine.

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