As of March 4, 13 gas distribution stations of the Gas TSO of Ukraine remain disconnected due to shelling by the Russian army

Dozens of cities and towns of Ukraine with hundreds of thousands of consumers remain without gas supply – Irpin, Borodyanka, Gostomel, Stoyanka, Voznesensk, part of Chernihiv, Izyum, Brazhkivka, Sirotino, Krasnopopivka, Donske, Novotroitskoye, Prystan, Oleshky, and many others on the hostilities line. The critical situation in the city of Shchastya (Luhansk region). The town of Toretsk (GDS Dzerzhinsk) is on the edge of gas supply disconnection; the boiler house and bakery have already been disconnected due to the shelling of the gas distribution infrastructure.

Tonight, due to a shell hit, the household line of the gas pipeline near Severodonetsk has been damaged, and the city’s gas supply has also been interrupted.

Attacks on Ukraine’s critical infrastructure continue. Occupying troops are creating a humanitarian catastrophe in the cities of Ukraine.

GTSO employees continue heroically working and, at the first opportunity resuming gas supplies where possible. Given the situation, gas transportation through main gas pipelines is relatively stable.