Ukraine will be able to receive 6,6 billion cubic meters of gas from Poland per year. This was stated by the Executive Director of Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine Serhiy Makogon on Facebook.
"Ukraine already has two connections with the Gas Transmission System of Poland: Drozdovichi and Hermanovychy. Recently, we have undergone reconstruction and we are ready to receive up to 6,6 billion cubic meters of gas per year from our side," Makogon wrote.
As we reported earlier, the reduction of gas transit through Ukraine would make 15 billion cubic meters this year due to the launch of the Turkish Stream from Russia to Turkey. Executive Director of Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine Serhiy Makohon reported this on his Facebook page.
“Unfortunately, we could not stop it. We have already experienced its influence. The transit of gas through Ukraine in the Balkan direction since January 1, 2020, takes place only for the needs of Romania and Moldova. Bulgaria, Turkey and other countries in this region do not receive gas through Ukraine,” he wrote.