“According to Gas Infrastructure Europe, as of April 29, gas reserves in European UGS facilities were replenished by 6.9 billion cubic meters.

m. To reach the level of 90% storage occupancy, declared by the European Union as a target, companies will have to pump another 56 billion cubic meters.

m of gas,” the Telegram message says.

The company called the task of replenishing gas reserves in UGS facilities in Europe a serious challenge.

Earlier, French President Emmanuel Macron said that Europe will face tangible consequences next winter if it deprives itself of reserves in underground gas storage facilities.