As of February 13, 2017, stocks in Ukraine’s underground storage facilities decreased to 8.9 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas, the press service of PJSC Ukrtransgaz reports.
“As of today’s morning, stocks in Ukraine's underground storage facilities declined to 8.969 billion cubic meters (bcm),” the press service reports.
According to live data from Ukrtransgaz, Ukraine pumps 71 million cubic meters of natural gas a day on average from 10 underground storage facilities.
Apart from the accumulated natural gas in underground storage facilities, Ukraine also uses 57 million cubic meters of domestic natural gas a day on average to cover the needs of consumers. At the same time, imports from Europe total 47.8 million cubic meters of natural gas a day on average.
As a reminder, in January 2017, Ukraine pumped 2.1 billion cubic meters of natural gas from its underground storage facilities.