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More gas from West than from Ukraine flowing to Slovakia in June

June 8th, 2022

The natural gas flow to Slovakia changed in June compared with the previous period, according to data published by gas transport operator Eustream. While in May most of the gas was flowing via Ukraine and entering Slovakia through the Velke Kapusany (Kosice region) transit point, the flows have reversed since June, with more gas flowing to Slovakia from the West via the Lanzhot transit point in the Czech Republic. In the second half of May, Eustream recorded a gas inflow through Velke Kapusany amounting to more than 700 million cubic metres, which is 44 million cubic metres per day, while some 500 million cubic metres arrived from the Czech Republic through Lanzhot, which is roughly 31 million cubic metres per day.


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