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MOSCOW, March 23. /TASS/. Gas reserves in Ukraine’s underground gas storage facilities have dropped since the beginning of March 2015 by 417 million cubic meters, or 5%, according to the data provided by Gas Storage Europe (GSE).
As of March 22, Ukraine’s gas reserves stood at 7.741 billion cubic meters versus 8.158 billion cubic meters as of March 1. Currently, Ukraine’s underground gas storage facilities are 24.23% full versus 25.53% as of March 1.
Since the beginning of the year, Ukraine’s gas reserves have shrunk by 3.627 billion cubic meters (from 11.368 billion cubic meters).