TASS, citing the directorate of gas transmission operator Eustream, reported that the volume of applications for gas supplies from Russia to Slovakia via Ukraine increased as of April 30.
Pumping is created on the basis of requests from energy source buyers. As a result, figures may vary.
“The application for the supply of Russian gas to Slovakia in transit via Ukraine increased slightly today and reached 62,675.006 cubic meters. Eustream received 57,550,623 cubic meters of gas to the republic on Friday and 56,452,443 cubic meters on Thursday,” he said.
The operator receives raw materials from the Russian Federation at a gas distribution station in the city of Velke-Kapushany, located on the border with Ukraine. Slovakia meets 87 percent of its natural gas need through Russian imports.
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