Ukraine Crisis: Gas supply secure despite pipeline shutdown
Although Ukraine cut off Russian transit gas on the eastern network yesterday, citing force majeure, this does not affect Hungary's security of supply, according to data from the Hungarian Energy and Utilities Regulatory Authority (MEKH) and FGSZ Földgázszállító Zrt.
Business daily Világgazdaság reports that gas arrived on all four stable routes on Wednesday at the border points at a total rate of 1443.094 cubic meters per hour.
According to Ukraine, it is no longer possible to continue transit on the pipeline running through its territory due to the ongoing war.
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