1 March 2021

Since the Beginning of the Year, Gazprom Has Delivered 34.5 Bcm of Gas to the Far Abroad Countries

In February, severe cold and snowfall led to an increased gas demand both in Russia and in Europe. In these circumstances, Gazprom continued to consistently provide its consumers with natural gas.

According to preliminary data, within the first two months of 2021 Gazprom delivered 34.5 bcm of gas to the Far Abroad countries. This is by 32.9% (8.5 bcm) more than in the same period of the last year.

In particular, Gazprom increased deliveries to Germany (by 32.9%), Turkey (by 52.9%), Italy (by 64%), Hungary (by 85%), France (by 26.7%), Poland (by 36%), Bulgaria (by 56.5%), Serbia (by 52.2%), Romania (by 54.5%) and Greece (by 27.3%). Along with that Turkey more than doubled its gas purchases from Gazprom in February as compared to February 2020. 

Gas export to China via the Power of Siberia gas pipeline continues to grow. Deliveries regularly exceed the daily contractual obligations. The actual monthly deliveries in February 2021 were 3.2 times higher than the volume in February 2020.

In the first two months of 2021, Gazprom, according to preliminary data, produced 89.9 bcm of gas. This is by 7.8% (6.5 bcm) more than in the same period of the last year.

Source: Gazprom PJSC Information Directorate


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