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KIEV, January 26. /TASS/. Ukraine is actively using gas from underground storage facilities, with its volume falling 0.56% by January 24 to 9.709 billion cubic meters, the Ukrainian National News (UNN) agency reported on Monday, citing the Association of European Underground Gas Storage Operators.
The data of the Association of European Underground Gas Storage Operators show that the Ukrainian underground gas storage facilities are only 30.39% filled with natural gas.
The largest gas volume is kept in the Bilche-Volytsko-Uherske underground gas storage facility, which is 30.51% filled with natural gas.
As of January 22, Ukraine’s underground gas storage facilities kept 9.826 billion cubic meters of natural gas.
There are 12 underground gas storage facilities in Ukraine with an active capacity of 31 billion cubic meters.