Naftogaz warns of gas import collapse

Ukrainian state-owned Naftogaz has warned of a collapse in Russian gas transit through Ukraine. “We estimate that one-third of the gas volume exported from Russia to the EU through Ukraine will be lost if the occupation forces do not stop disrupting the operation of our stations in recently occupied territories,” Naftogaz CEO Yuri Vitrenko wrote on Twitter on Saturday. Naftogaz operates Ukraine’s gas transmission system. According to the company, more than 58 million cubic meters of natural gas were transported from Russia to the West on Friday.

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