Miller, “Gazprom” has increased its gas exports to the EU by 22%

Chairman of the PJSC “Gazprom” Alexei Miller told a marked increase in demand for Russian gas supplies to foreign countries as compared with the 2015

According to Alexei Miller, in the period from the beginning of the year and the middle of April, the total volume of gas exports from Russia in a number of European countries rose by more than 22% compared to the same period last year:

“The demand for Russian gas in foreign countries since the beginning of the year significantly higher than last year’s level From 1 January to 16 April, the growth of exports.” Gazprom “in comparison with the same period in 2015, according to operative data, - 22.6%.”

The head of “Gazprom” reported that the increase in volume of deliveries to Austria amounted to 24.7% during this period of the year in the UK - 162.3%, Germany - 21.3%, Italy - 16%, in the Netherlands - 115%, in Poland - 35.7%, France - 50.2%.

17 August 2016

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