Russian Gazprom resumes gas sales to Moldova.

The director of the Moldovan company Moldova Gas, Vadim Cheban, announced the resumption of gas purchases from the Russian company Gazprom in March.

On Monday, Chaiban said in a Telegram message that Moldova Gas would buy about 0.7-0.8 million cubic meters of gas per day from Gazprom until the end of March.

He pointed out that Gazprom supplies Moldova with 5.7 million cubic meters of gas per day, and this gas is used to generate electricity, as well as to consumers in the unrecognized Transnistrian Republic (Pridnestrovie).

It is noteworthy that Moldova declared a state of emergency against the backdrop of an energy crisis, which was expressed in a shortage of gas and a sharp rise in energy prices.

In December last year, Moldova resumed purchasing electricity from the Moldavskaya HPP located in Transnistria, affiliated with the Russian company Inter Rau.

On the other hand, Moldova then abandoned the consumption of Russian gas and began to supply Pridnestrovie with all its volumes that it bought.

Source: News

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