Decreased Transit of Russian Gas Through Bulgaria to Turkey

Decreased Transit of Russian Gas Through Bulgaria to Turkey

Gazprom's exports to the so-called Trans-Balkan gas pipeline (through Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria to Turkey) declined in the first three weeks of February compared with January's average daily indicator. According to Bulgartransgaz data, the daily load of the Malkochlar border gas station for the second half of the month was about 3.3 million cubic meters, which is 6 times less. This is part of the trend in February that exports of the Russian giant abroad (excluding neighboring former Soviet republics) drop to 13% compared to the record 2018.

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