Gazprom increased gas supplies to Europe in May to 16.2 percent

  • "Gazprom" to increase gas supplies to Europe in May to 16.2 percent
  • "Gazprom" to increase gas supplies to Europe in May to 16.2 percent

"Gazprom" in the first three months of the year increased gas exports to non-CIS countries, in May, an increase of 16.2 percent. According to the Central Supervisory Control Energy in April, exports to Europe amounted to 9.407 billion cubic meters. Statistics deliveries changed in March, when the "Gazprom" has demonstrated record growth of gas exports to non-CIS countries. In the first month of spring exports to Europe jumped 33.6 percent to 12.463 billion cubic meters.

As noted by then the gas monopoly, the company entered on March 25, a record for the end of March, the daily level of exports to non-CIS countries in the amount of 520 million cubic meters of gas. It is 1.6 times more exports to foreign countries on this day a year earlier. "Daily export volumes of gas supplies to Europe during March steadily growing and are at peak levels," — the time in "Gazprom".

In March, analysts believed that reverse the trend of decline in exports of Russian company managed solely by the weather conditions and rising spot prices for gas on the European market.

But in April, "Gazprom" once again increased the supply of gas to foreign countries over the same period last year by nearly 4 percent to 10.0789 billion cubic meters.

According to some analysts, the three-month growth of Russian gas exports to Europe confirms the end of the shale gas revolution.

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