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Ukraine continues delivering gas via Hungary

Energy Trade

Ukraine imported approximately 214 million cubic meters of gas via Hungary in June, Ukrainian news website dialog.ua reported yesterday, citing data from FGSZ Földgázszállító (FGSZ), the gas delivery unit of Hungarian oil and gas company MOL.

FGSZ stated that the daily import of gas to Ukraine via Hungary exceeded 5.2 million cubic meters yesterday, an increase as compared to the daily 1.7 million of July 1-3, but a decrease from the 9.9 million cubic meters shipped on June 30.

The maximum capacity of daily gas deliveries to Ukraine via Hungary is 16 million cubic meters. Ukraine has been importing gas via the country since May 1.

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