The Kharkiv LPU employees promptly resumed gas transportation to GDS-3 in Kharkiv, the equipment of which was damaged as a result of shelling on the morning of March 12. Colleagues also included GDS Derkachi (Kharkiv region) in the system, which previously did not work due to hostilities.
As of March 12, 13:00 35, GDSs remain disconnected. Due to the ongoing fighting, the company’s repair crews cannot resume the work in the Donetsk region, namely to repair damage ON THE GDS to the Vuhlehirska TPP and the Kramatorsk-Donetsk-Mariupol main gas pipeline near Mariupol. The situation with disconnected GDSs in Luhansk, Kyiv, Kherson, Kharkiv, Mykolaiv regions is similar. As soon as the opportunity and the “green corridor” appear, GTSO specialists start resuming gas transportation.
Despite the military action, GTSO continues executing its significant task – to transport gas for the needs of Ukraine. For the previous day, on March 11, the company transported 112.3 million cubic meters of gas to Ukrainian consumers.