On the previous day, March 27, Gas TSO of Ukraine transported 68.3 million cubic meters of natural gas for the needs of Ukrainian consumers. Gas production in Ukraine amounted to 49 mcm, while import was equal to 9.4 mcm of natural gas.
Today, the stable operation of the Ukrainian gas transmission system is essential for energy infrastructure. Due to logistics problems with the primary fuel delivery, several thermal power plants are switching to reserve fuel – natural gas.
Russian occupiers continue destroying Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. As a result of the shell hit, GDS-3 Kharkiv, which supplied gas to a small town Rogan, was significantly damaged.
Almost 4.5 thousand households were left without a gas supply. The company’s specialists under fire made the necessary switchings, closed the inlet and outlet valves to localize the effects of the damage and protect the population from danger. Resumption of gas transportation through this GDS is possible only after a significant amount of restoration works and after the end of hostilities in the area.
Currently, 44 GDSs from 1395 in Kharkiv, Luhansk, Kyiv, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, and Mykolaiv regions of Ukraine remain disconnected.