Gazprom will repair GIS via which gas from Russia in the Donbass
Gazprom plans to restore gas metering stations (GIS) "Prokhorovka" and " Platovo ", through which now supplies gas from Russia to the South-East of Ukraine.
GIS "Prokhorovka" and "Platovo" are located at the borders of the Rostov, Lugansk and Donetsk regions." Gazprom "from February 2015, carries out direct Deliveries of gas to South-Eastern Ukraine through GIS "Prokhorovka" and "Platovo" because gas Deliveries to the region from the territory of Ukraine were completed. These two GIS were used in small amounts For gas supply to Southeast customers of Ukraine in previous years up to 2013 inclusive. For the transit of Russian gas through the territory of Ukraine using GIS " Sudzha ", " Valuyki ", "sohranovka" and " Pisarevka ".
Gazprom announced the purchase of a choice of suppliers of pipeline valves (ball valves) at the stage of design and survey works For 2 objects: the restoration of measurement point of gas consumption (PSRG)? 1 in Novo-Prohorovka at 333 km of the gas pipeline "Northern Caucasus - Center" (GIS "Prokhorovka" ), and For the restoration PSRG on the 47th kilometer of the gas pipeline "Taganrog, Mariupol" (GIS "Platovo" ).
These two objects are in the area of responsibility of "daughters ""Gazprom" - LLC " Gazprom transgaz Kuban ". Delivery must be completed by the fourth quarter of 2016. The place of Delivery of products For GIS "Platovo" - Rostov region, the railway station Martsevo For GIS "Prokhorovka" - railway station Nesvetay.
The first signature on the terms of reference for the procurement is from February 2015.
Gas supplies from Russia to the Donbass now are in dispute between "Gazprom" and " Naftogaz ". Russian side informs that its Delivery of gas to the South-East of Ukraine is obliged to pay " Naftogaz of Ukraine ", otherwise this issue will be resolved in court. Kiev believes that Gazprom illegally supplying gas to the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk people's Republic, the issue must become a study of international courts.