Kiev eyes up to 30 bcm gas a year in major reverse flow from Slovakia

Ukraine is suggesting that the European Union allow major reverse gas flows of up to 30 billion cubic meters a year from Slovakia.

Ukraine is suggesting that the European Union allow major reverse gas flows of up to 30 billion cubic meters a year from Slovakia.

"We have signed a memorandum that sets a maximum daily volume of 22 million cubic meters under limited reverse flow. But there's also so-called 'major reverse', which could provide us with up to 30 bcm a year," Ukrainian Energy and Coal Industry Ministry Yury Prodan said on arrival in Brussels for talks with Gunther Oettinger, the EU energy commissioner.

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