Gazprom expects the contract price of gas for Ukraine in the 1st quarter of 2016 at a rate of 230 dollars for 1 thousand Cubic metre without a discount, said Deputy head of the organization's Board Valery Golubev.
"230 dollars per thousand Cubic meters. Discount is only on the decision of the government of the Russian Federation ", - said Golubev, BelTA news Agency. On November 27, Minister of energy of Ukraine Volodymyr Demchyshyn said That Kyiv expects the price of gas from Russia in the 1st quarter of 2016 in the region of 210 dollars for 1 thousand Cubic meters. Along with this, the Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk said That the government adopted a conclusion to ban Naftogaz for Russian gas.
Golubev also said That Gazprom has no problem completely block the transit of gas through Ukraine after 2019." What this means to bypass Ukraine? We considered the minimum volume necessary for transit through Ukraine… countries, which for geographical reasons there is no other method of delivery of gas except through Ukraine. If We completely shut off gas transit through Ukraine, Ukraine's gas transportation system will be disabled ", He said." Goal is not to eliminate the energy sector of Ukraine - there before us. We try to build normal neighborly relations ", - said Golubev. Answering the question, what will be the volume of prorolling of gas through Ukraine after 2019, Golubev said That " it will be depending on customers ", reports RIA " Novosti ". He also said That he sees no serious risks to the project " Northern stream-2 ", despite the fact That the head of Ukrainian government Arseniy Yatsenyuk appealed to the European Union with a petition to block the project. Golubev also said That the deadline for entering the "Nord stream-2" marked the fourth quarter of 2019. 4 September, the Russian Gazprom signed the shareholder agreement on the gas pipeline " Nord stream – 2 ", which provides for an increase in the supply of natural gas to the EU. Signatures under the document were put by head of Gazprom Alexey Miller, the Chairman of the Board of BASF Kurt Bock, Board member of E. ON Klaus sch?fer, Deputy General Director ENGIE Pierre Shreir, the head of OMV AG, Dr. Rainer Seele, managing Director of Royal Dutch Shell Ben van Bearden. Print edition OPINION noted, the participants asserted That the project needs Europe, and looked in detail, why this project is "no more political" than the " South stream ".