Hungarian gas deliveries to Ukraine climb 15%

Energy Trade

Gas deliveries to Ukraine via Hungary have increased by 15% to 5.9 mln cubic meters per day, Ukraine's gas transmission system operator Ukrtransgaz announced on Monday, according to Hungarian news agency MTI. 

Hungary resumed its gas deliveries to Ukraine in January following an FGSZ decision to suspend gas deliveries to Ukraine on September 25, 2014, in order to top up domestic reserves. Last year, Ukraine imported a total of 600 mln cubic meters of gas from Hungary.

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