Russia’s gas giant Gazprom said it increased gas production by 17.3% to 378.1 billion cubic meters in the past nine months year-on-year.
“According to preliminary data, Gazprom produced 378.1 billion cubic meters of gas from January-September 2021. This is 17.3% or 55.7 billion cubic meters of gas more than last year,” Gazprom wrote on Telegram.
Supplies from the gas transmission system to the domestic market surged by 15.9% over the same period.
Russia’s Gazprom Increased Gas Exports to Non-CIS Countries by 15.3% in Past 9 Months
Russia’s gas giant Gazprom said it increased exports to countries outside the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) by 15.3% to 145.8 billion cubic meters of gas in the first nine months of 2021, compared to the same period last year.
“Gazprom increased exports to non-CIS countries to 145.8 billion cubic meters, this is the second largest nine-month figure in the history of deliveries (in 2018, it totaled 149.2 billion cubic meters). Compared to January-September 2020, it surged by 15.3% or 19.3 billion cubic meters,” Gazprom wrote on Telegram.