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No Plans to Renew Russian Gas Transit Deal: Ukraine TSO

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Ukraine does not plan to renew any interconnector agreement allowing Russian gas transit through Ukraine to Europe, said Andrii Prokofiev from the Gas TSO of Ukraine.

  • No interconnection agreement “means we will not have any capacity on auctions on the border,” said Prokofiev.
  • This follows similar comments from the Ukrainian energy minister German Galushchenko last month.
  • The current Russian gas transit agreement agreed between Moscow and Kyiv in 2019 expires at the end of December 2024.
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Ukraine does not plan to renew any interconnector agreement allowing Russian gas transit through Ukraine to Europe, said Andrii Prokofiev from the Gas TSO of Ukraine.

  • No interconnection agreement “means we will not have any capacity on auctions on the border,” said Prokofiev.
  • This follows similar comments from the Ukrainian energy minister German Galushchenko last month.
  • The current Russian gas transit agreement agreed between Moscow and Kyiv in 2019 expires at the end of December 2024.