“As of January 22, withdrawal reached 71.8%, or 34.3 billion cubic meters.

m of gas.

The occupancy of Germany's underground storage facilities dropped below 42% to 41.8%," the company said in a statement.

As specified, since January 11, the volume of stocks in European UGS facilities "moved into the area of ​​record lows over a long-term observation period."

“Ukrainian UGS facilities are also at minimum levels.

As of January 22, it dropped to 12.1 billion cubic meters.

m. This is 44.6% (by 9.7 billion cubic meters) lower than last year, and 3.2 billion cubic meters.

m less than at the start date of injection in April 2021.

And today, reserves in UGS facilities in Ukraine have "failed" already below 12 billion cubic meters.

m,” Gazprom said.

As it became known earlier, the price of gas at auctions in Europe rose above $1,100 per 1,000 cubic meters.