Gas TSO of Ukraine
USFs were filled by 70% as of January 23, 2021.
14:25, 25 January 2021
USFs were filled by 76% as of January 2, 2021.
14:25, 04 January 2021
Since the beginning of December, a trend has been observed where daily exports exceeded imports.
20:15, 15 December 2020
The largest volumes of deliveries came from Slovakia.
21:00, 03 December 2020
Ukraine is gradually moving toward becoming a regional Eastern European gas hub, the official says.
17:50, 02 December 2020
USFs were filled by 92% as of October 24, 2020.
16:45, 26 October 2020
Transmission volumes from European countries are 62% higher than the average values over the same periods in 2016-2019.
20:50, 07 October 2020
The first supplies have already started.
14:50, 02 October 2020
Such integration is one of the latest requirements prescribed by the Network Code for Capacity Allocation Mechanisms.
16:40, 29 April 2020
The Ukrainian side has not imposed any restrictions.
23:50, 08 April 2020
Slovakia is a key importer of natural gas to Ukraine.
16:40, 02 April 2020
Despite this, since the beginning of 2020, the capacities for Russian gas transit have been fully paid for by Russia's Gazprom under a new gas transit deal.
14:40, 02 April 2020
This is a result of contractual disagreements between GTS Operator and Kyivgaz.
14:20, 06 March 2020
Gas TSO of Ukraine transmitted 2 billion cubic meters of gas from Russia to the EU, having received payment for 4.272 bcm.
19:10, 24 January 2020
Ukraine's economy to get additional US$6.3 bln from Russian gas transit in five years – Ukrainian GTS operatorEarlier, Naftogaz CEO Andriy Kobolyev said Ukraine would get at least US$7.2 billion from Russian gas transit over the next five years.
15:40, 09 January 2020
However, the legislation sets no ban on legal entities to book GTS capacities for gas imports from Russia.
14:20, 09 January 2020
The GTS operator received payment in full from Gazprom at a rate of 178 mcm per day, Makogon said on January 4.
13:00, 09 January 2020
On January 8, Presidents of Russia and Turkey Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the official launch of the TurkStream gas pipeline bypassing Ukraine along the bottom of the Black Sea.
12:00, 09 January 2020
The system has been partially operating in reverse mode.
21:45, 03 January 2020