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Serbia and Hungary Gas Deal Details:

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Serbia will store 500mn m³ of gas in Hungary for the coming winter Serbian finance minister Sinisa Mali.

  • Serbia will be able to withdraw 3mn m³/d in October, 6mn m³/d in November-February, and 3mn m³/d again in March.
  • Serbia will start filling its storage by the end of June and will have the option of purchasing gas either from Hungary or third parties.
  • The initial news on the deal was announced on May 23 by Serbian President Aleksander Vucic but was light on details.
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Serbia will store 500mn m³ of gas in Hungary for the coming winter Serbian finance minister Sinisa Mali.

  • Serbia will be able to withdraw 3mn m³/d in October, 6mn m³/d in November-February, and 3mn m³/d again in March.
  • Serbia will start filling its storage by the end of June and will have the option of purchasing gas either from Hungary or third parties.
  • The initial news on the deal was announced on May 23 by Serbian President Aleksander Vucic but was light on details.