Russia’s NHL stars Radulov, Zaitsev summoned to national squad for 2017 IIHF ChampionshipSport April 24, 13:50
Lavrov notes anti-Russia sanctions brought up during talks with MogheriniRussian Politics & Diplomacy April 24, 13:46
Armenia remembers 1915 genocide victimsWorld April 24, 13:28
Russia’s seaborne air defense system to receive three types of missilesMilitary & Defense April 24, 13:09
Press review: Le Pen-Macron duel and Western-style populism in RussiaPress Review April 24, 13:00
Attorney says no attempts from Trump administration to contact SnowdenWorld April 24, 12:59
Re-enactment of WWII Battle of Berlin staged in MoscowSociety & Culture April 24, 12:37
Testing of Russian air defense system Vityaz to be completed by 2017Military & Defense April 24, 12:31
Moscow interested in restoring ties with EURussian Politics & Diplomacy April 24, 11:51
“Gazprom is increasing gas sales to its clients in foreign countries, even as compared with the last year’s record-breaking exports,” he said. “In May, exports amounted to 13.75 billion cubic metres, or by 10% more than last year. In general, over the five months of the current year, gas exports have grown by 5% on the background of projected decrease in gas production in Europe and in gas supplies from other sources.
Gazprom plans to deliver 158.4 billion cubic meters of gas to Europe, 56.4 billion cubic meters to the CIS and Baltic states in 2014, the company said.
Gazprom has supplied 161.5 billion cubic meters of gas in Europe, 59.4 billion cubic meters to the CIS and Baltic states in 2013.
The average gas price for Europe has stood at $387 per 1,000 cubic meters and $272 for CIS states.