Gazprom has reduced gas exports to non-CIS countries by 41.1 since the beginning of the year%

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AK&M 17 January 2022 17:18

From January 1 to January 15, 2022, Gazprom reduced gas exports to non-CIS countries by 41.1% and amounted to 5.4 billion m3 compared to a year earlier. At the same time, Gazprom increased supplies to Bulgaria - by 48.6%, Turkey - by 0.3%, Bosnia and Herzegovina - by 7.3%. This is stated in the company's message.

Gazprom increased gas production by 2.1% to 23.1 billion m3 over the period compared to a year earlier. The company increased supplies from the gas transportation system to the domestic market by 3.7%.

Gas exports to China via the Power of Siberia gas pipeline are growing. The volume of deliveries for the first half of January is one and a half times higher than the same indicator last year.

According to Gas Infrastructure Europe, as of January 15, the volume of active gas in European underground storage facilities is 25% less than last year's level. 62.6% of the volume of gas pumped in the summer has already been selected. The volume of active gas in European storage facilities on January 15 is only 46.9 billion m3, which is 1.09 billion m3 lower than the historical minimum values for this date.

Gas reserves in Ukrainian UGS decreased to 12.6 billion m3. This is 44.2% lower than last year and 2.7 billion m3 less than at the start date of the injection in April 2021.

PJSC Gazprom (TIN 7736050003) is the world's largest gas company. The authorized capital of Gazprom is 118.367 billion rubles. Issued 23673512900 ordinary shares with a par value of 5 rubles. The number of Gazprom shareholders in Russia and abroad is several hundred thousand. Over 50% of the company's shares are under the control of the Russian Federation. The depository of the ADR Gazprom program is The Bank of New York Mellon.

Gazprom's profit under IFRS for 9 months of 2021 amounted to 1.58 trillion rubles against a loss of 202.2 billion rubles a year earlier. The profit attributable to Gazprom shareholders reached 1.55 trillion rubles against a loss of 218.38 billion rubles. Profit from sales increased 4.9 times to 1.59 trillion rubles from 325.15 billion rubles. Profit before tax amounted to 1.94 trillion rubles against a loss of 327.02 billion rubles. EBITDA increased by 137% and amounted to 2.2 trillion rubles.

Net revenue from gas sales increased by 77% to 3.46 trillion rubles. Net revenue from gas sales to Europe and other countries increased by 117% to 2.46 trillion rubles. Net revenue from the sale of gas to the countries of the former Soviet Union increased by 34% to 267.3 billion rubles. Net revenue from gas sales in the Russian Federation increased by 18% to RUB 732.58 billion.