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"Gazprom" in January-September gas production increased by 1%

"Oil of Russia" 02.10.2019 at 08:49

"Gazprom" in January-September gas production increased by 1% to 368 billion cubic meters of gas, according to a press release from the company.

"For the first nine months of 2019, "Gazprom" according to preliminary data, produced 368 billion cubic meters of gas. This was 1% (by 3.6 billion cubic meters of gas) more than the same period in 2018", – stated in the message.

it is Noted that the demand for gas, the company from the GTS in the domestic market in January-September 2019 increased by 0.3% (0.5 billion cubic meters of gas). In September the indicator grew by 13.7% (1.6 billion cubic meters of gas).

"Gazprom" by the end of 2018, gas production increased by 5.6%, to 497,6 billion cubic meters. At the end of June the Deputy Chairman of the management Board Vitaly Markelov reported that Gazprom expects exceeding the planned output of 495 billion cubic meters by the end of 2019.

the Export of "Gazprom" in foreign countries, according to preliminary data, in January-September decreased by 3.1% compared to the same period last year – up to 144,6 billion cubic meters of gas, the company said.

"In foreign countries "Gazprom" has put 144,6 billion cubic meters of gas – 3.1% less than in nine months, a record 2018", – stated in the message "Gazprom".

it is also Noted that in a number of countries of export during the reporting period. "In particular, Hungary – 46.7%, Austria – by 33.4%, in the Czech Republic – 33.1%, in Slovakia – by 39.6%, in Netherlands – 16.1%, France – by 6.2%," according to the company.

In 2018, "Gazprom" has increased gas export to far abroad by 3.8% to a record 201.9 million billion cubic meters. By the end of 2019, as announced in August, the Deputy chief of Department "Gazprom export" Mikhail Malgin, in the baseline scenario, the expected reduction in exports to non-CIS countries up to 194-198 billion cubic meters.

Source: PRIME