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MOSCOW, November 27. /TASS/. Russia’s top gas producer Gazprom set a new historic daily record of gas supplies to non-CIS countries of 601.2 mln cubic meters on November 25, the company said in a report.
"The volume of exports of Russian gas to non-CIS countries breached the mark of 600 mln cubic meters per day. On November 25, Gazprom delivered 601.2 mln cubic meters of gas to this market, as it set a new absolute record of daily supplies for the eighth time in the autumn," the report said.
According to the data provided by Gazprom, in January-October period of 2016, the company increased its supplies to non-CIS countries by 10% year-on-year. In absolute terms, the increase amounted to 13.05 bln cubic meters.
Gazprom boosted its gas supplies to Germany by 7.5% (by 2.75 bln cubic meters), to the UK - by 54.6%, to France - by 20.4%, to Austria - by 27.5%, to Greece - by 47.3%, to Holland - by 91.8%, to Denmark - by 149.4%, to Poland - by 16.7%.
In 2015, the company increased its gas exports to non-CIS countries by 8% compared with 2014 to 159.4 bln cubic meters.
Earlier head of Russia’s biggest gas producer Aleksei Miller said that the company’s exports to Europe might exceed 170 bln cubic meters by the end of this year, and did not rule out that the volume of gas exports to the European market would keep at a high level in 2017 as well.