Ukraine resumes moderate level of gas imports from Hungary

Energy Trade

Ukraine will resume gas imports from Hungary, albeit at low volumes, Hungarian news agency MTI reported yesterday, citing Interfax-Ukraine. 

"One application in the amount of 100,000 cubic meters was received for August for the Hungarian direction. It is recorded on the balance sheet account, and as soon as the sufficient gas volume, at which it is possible to provide measurement, is accumulated, pumping will be performed," Maksym Beliavsky, a spokesman for transmission system operator PJSC Ukrtransgaz told the agency.

Ukraine suspended gas imports from Hungary on July 1. In June the country was importing a daily 2.6 million-2.7 million cubic meters of gas from Hungary.


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