Gazprom produced 399.4 billion cubic meters of gas in the first 9.5 months of 2021, which is 16.6 per cent (or 56.7 billion cubic meters) more than in the same period of last year.
As of October 18, the gas-in procedure for the first string of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline has been completed.
Polish Oil and Gas Company PGNiG has completed the construction of cluster B in the Kosakowo Cavern Underground Gas Storage Facility.
Serbia has become a gas transit country since October under contracts with Russia and as a result of the construction of the Balkan Stream gas pipeline.
PGNiG (Polish Oil and Gas Company) and Qatar-based Black Cat Engineering & Construction signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on oil and gas production projects.
Twenty-five years ago, in September 1996, the first pipeline supplies of Russian gas to Greece commenced.
Uniper and the Dutch energy supplier Eneco have signed a district heating supply agreement for a 12 year period.
Budapest decided to stop receiving gas through the Ukrainian pipeline and chose to have it delivered through Austria and Serbia, the most loyal countries to the Kremlin.
One of Europe’s largest gas importers, Turkey will launch its own production from recently discovered fields under the Black Sea bed.
The German Federal Network Agency has granted Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo SA and its German subsidiary – PGNiG Supply & Trading GmbH participation in the certification proceedings for Nord Stream 2.