Gas from underground storage facilities in the EU exceeds injection with the start of the heating season
MOSCOW, November 16 – RIA Novosti. According to data from the European Association of Gas Infrastructure Operators (Gas Infrastructure), for the first time since the last heating season, gas extraction from the European Union’s underground storage facilities (UGS) surpassed injection, marking the start of a new season. Europe, GIE).
As of the new season, Europe filled the UGS facilities by 95.61%. By the end of the gas day on 14 November (which ended on the morning of 15 November), storage facilities in Europe were empty, from 0.01 percent to 95.6%, for the first time since April, the last heating season of the year. The EU is finished.
Thus, the European Union has stored approximately 104 billion cubic meters of natural gas for the new winter. However, GIE data is not final and is subject to change.
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