Gas Market News

3 November 2017

Russian Gas Export in January-October 2017 Tops the Figures of Previous Years

According to Gazprom PJSC operative data, Gazprom Group supplies to the Far Abroad countries from January to October 2017 increased by 13.2 bcm and reached 157,15 bcm, exceeding the relevant figures of the same period of 2016 by 9.2%. Comparatively, throughout 2015 Gazprom Export sold in foreign markets a total of 158.6 bcm of gas.

Since January to October, 2017, Gazprom increased its exports to the Western and Central Europe countries which will be able to receive gas from Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. Supplies to Germany increased by 8.6%, to France — by 5.9%, to Austria — by 42.7%, to Slovakia — by 26%, to the Czech Republic — by 28.7%.

The increase in demand for the Russian gas is also observed in the markets of the future TurkStream gas pipeline. The supplies to Turkey increased by 22,5%, to Hungary — by 25,9%, to Serbia — by 27,6%, to Bulgaria — by 7,4%, to Macedonia — by 50%, to Greece — by 12,5%, to Bosnia and Herzegovina — by 13,2%.

Related sections:
Delivery Statistics, Nord Stream 2, TurkStream

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