Ukraine reopens gas imports via Poland
After a short break, Ukraine has resumed gas supplies through Poland, the Polish Gaz-System reported, according to the on-line edition neftegaz.ru.
"On Saturday and Sunday, Naftogaz of Ukraine under a contract with the German RWE Supply & Trading imported about 1.4 and 1.3 million cubic meters of gas, and an application for today has made 3.2 million cubic meters of gas," the publication notes.
In May 2012, Naftogaz and RWE signed a framework agreement for the sale of gas. The deliveries started in November 2012 and run through Poland, but in early October 2013 due to a significant increase in the price of gas the purchases were suspended.
Adapted from Ukrinform
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