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31.03.2014 Natural gas production up 8.3% in China in February

China increased natural gas production by 8.3% year on year to 10.3bn cubic metres of gas in February. Over January-February, gas production rose by 5.7% year on year to 21.8bn cubic metres. Over the same period, Chinese gas import rose by 8.7% to 9.2bn cubic metres.

04.03.2014 Ukraine increases Russian gas imports

Ukraine has increased gas imports from Russia over the last few days, a spokesman for Ukraine's gas transit monopoly said on March 3, amid warnings that state gas producer Gazprom might scrap a discount on prices, Reuters has reported.

09.01.2014 Ukrainian gas import may be exempt from VAT

The Cabinet of Ministers, in fulfillment of an instruction from the President of Ukraine, obliged the State Service of Ukraine for Regulatory Policy and Development of Entrepreneurship to prepare a draft decision on reduction of a price for natural gas for consumers, Ukr

08.01.2014 Turkish gas import, consumption down in January-November

The Turkish state pipeline company Botas imported about 34.29 billion cubic meters of gas from a variety of sources in January-November 2013 compared to nearly 38.8 billion cubic meters in January-November 2012, according to a message posted on the official website of Bo

23.12.2013 Ukraine to Cut Russian Gas Import by 10% Next Year

Ukraine will continue to reduce the import of Russian gas, Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Boiko said on television on December 20 evening, Itar-Tass has reported.

19.12.2013 Ukraine Cuts Russian Gas Import by 16% in January–November

Ukraine reduced Russian gas imports by 15.5% on the year to 25.7 billion cubic meters in January–November, the state-run Ukrtransgaz said in a statement on December 18, Prime has reported.

04.11.2013 Ukraine Minister Says Russian Gas Import Cut to 11 Billion Cubic Metres Per Year

Ukraine has “generally achieved” the goal of reducing the import of Russian natural gas as much as possible as was required by President Viktor Yanukovich, Vice Prime Minister Yuri Boiko said on November 2, Itar-Tass has reported.