“Gazprom” infrastructure, “the Turkish stream” will serve as the gasification of Krasnodar region

“Gazprom” infrastructure, “the Turkish stream” will serve as the gasification of Krasnodar region

MOSCOW, December 8. Built on the territory of Russia infrastructure “Turkish stream” will at least for the gasification of Krasnodar region. The journalists said the Deputy Chairman of Gazprom Valery Golubev.

“We’ll carry out comprehensive mass gasification of the Western districts of the Krasnodar region,” – said Golubev about the possibility of using already built infrastructure, “the Turkish stream”. However, he expressed the hope that “common sense prevails” and the project will be implemented.

Gazprom hopes that the project “Turkish stream” and “Nord stream-2” is a normal interaction with partners, as did he. “The response now will not allow anybody (about the fate of the draft ed), but I hope that reason will prevail and will have a normal interaction with European and Turkish partners,” – said Golubev.

About “Nord stream-2”

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Commissioning “Northern stream-2” is the fourth quarter of 2019, according to the presentation. Serious risks for the development of the project, said Golubev.

“Serious risks I do not see”, – he said, stressing that Europe needs in Gaza.

The project “Northern stream-2” involves the construction of two offshore strings with a total capacity of 55 billion cubic meters of gas per year from Russia to Germany under the Baltic sea. The project will be done by joint project company (JPC) New European Pipeline AG. Gazprom, the SPC will be owned 51%, the German E. ON and BASF/Wintershall, Anglo – Dutch Shell and Austria’s OMV – 10% each, French ENGIE – 9%.

On the transit through Ukraine the gas price for Kiev

According to Golubev, Gazprom has no problem to stop the transit of gas through Ukraine to Europe. The minimum volume of gas transit through Ukraine after 2019 will remain in any case.

“There are countries that will receive gas through Ukraine in any case. It’s Moldova, for example,” – said Golubev.
According to him, Gazprom has “no problem” to suspend the transit of gas through Ukraine completely.

The Deputy Chairman of the management Board of the company also noted that the gas price for Ukraine is $230 per thousand cubic meters in the first quarter of 2016, without discounts.
“230 dollars per thousand cubic meters. Discount is only on the decision of the government of the Russian Federation”, – said Golubev.