According to data of Ukrtransgaz, Ukraine’s gas transmission system operator, during the gas day of 29 November 2015 Ukraine transmitted 188.1 mcm of gas to the EU and Moldova. The orders for transmission through cross-border points at the country’s Western border amounted to 190.0 mcm for the day.

During the five days after Naftogaz stopped buying gas from Gazprom, Ukraine has transmitted a total of 1001.4 mcm of gas. The orders for the period amounted to 1000.6 mcm.

Therefore, the orders were satisfied in full.

 

Direction of supply
29 November 2015
Total for 25–29 November 2015
Actual volumes, 
mcm
Ordered volumes, 
mcm
Actual – ordered volumes, mcm
Actual volumes, 
mcm
Ordered volumes, 
mcm
Actual – ordered volumes, mcm
Slovakia
98.3
98.1
0.2
527.4
526.5
0.9
Hungary
21.6
22.0
-0.4
113.0
113.3
-0.3
Romania
49.9
50.3
-0.4
266.1
268.3
-2.2
Poland
7.8
7.8
0
39.3
39.0
0.3
Moldova
10.6
11.8
-1.2
55.5
53.5
2.0
TOTAL
188.1
190.0
-1.9
1001.3
1000.6
+0.7

Ukraine’s gas transmission system is capable of delivering up to 444 mcm of gas a day in the direction of the EU and Moldova. During the gas day of 29 November 2015, these capacities were utilized by 42%.

Background information

During the nine months of 2015, Gazprom supplied 115.4 bcm of gas to Western, Central and Eastern Europe (including Turkey and Moldova, excluding Ukraine, Belarus, Finland and the Baltics). Of this amount, 48.4 bcm, or more than 40%, were transmitted through Ukraine. 
The existing technical capacity for transmitting Russian gas in the direction of Western, Central and Eastern Europe (including Turkey and Moldova, excluding Ukraine, Belarus, Finland and the Baltics) was utilized by nearly 60% in the aggregate. The discussed expansion of the Nord Stream transmission route would increase the unutilized capacity by 1.5 times.