In 2023, Ukraine imported 4.3 billion cubic meters of natural gas from the European Union and Moldova, which was twice as much as in 2022.

This was announced by Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine LLC in a post on Facebook, "According to the latest data, in 2023, more than 4.3 billion cubic meters of natural gas were supplied to Ukraine from the EU and Moldova. This is more than two times higher than was transported in 2022," the post says.

The bulk of the imported gas was received for storage in Ukrainian underground storage facilities.

Most gas imports came from Slovakia - more than 1.8 billion cubic meters, or 42% of the total. Hungary supplied 1.3 billion cubic meters (31%), Poland - 602 million cubic meters (14%), and Romania via Moldova - 550 million cubic meters (13%).As reported, in 2023, Ukraine imported more than 550 million cubic meters of gas through the Trans-Balkan corridor, mainly for storage.

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