The gas flow from Russia to China via Power of Siberia in the first 7 months of this year increased by 60.9% over the same period last year.
Export gas to China through Power of Siberia pipes increased according to the long -term bilateral contract between Gazprom and CNPC, up 60.9% in the first 7 months of the year, Russian Energy Group Gazprom announced above.
Power of Siberia is a natural gas pipeline from Sakha Republic of Russia to Asia -Pacific countries.
Gazprom's demand for Gazprom's supply decreased by about 35 billion m3 in the first 7 months of the year, of which 31 billion m3 was from the European Union (EU).
The air pipe model is placed in front of the Gazprom and Russian flag in the illustration on February 8.
Russia provides about 40% of the gas demand for Europe, but since Moscow has opened a special military campaign in Ukraine in late February, this supply has decreased.
Leaders of EU countries have strengthened the preparation for the scenario without Russian gas, actively finding alternative energy from countries such as the US, Norway, Azerbaijan and Algeria.
China and India were two major economies without pressing Russia's sanctions due to the military campaign in Ukraine and increased the country's oil to buy oil, despite the pressure from the West.
Russia and China have been closer to each other in the fields of politics, trade, and military and affirming unlimited friendship.
Power of Siberia pipes.
High purchasing price has motivated US liquefied gas manufacturers to be ready to break contracts with Asia to move towards Europe.
A series of EU water applies waist policies that tie air as cold water, turn off the lights, when the supply from Russia is tightened.