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2019-07-01 11:45:00

RUSSIA'S GAS FOR EUROPE: 201.1 BCM

RUSSIA'S GAS FOR EUROPE: 201.1 BCM

PLATTS - Russian gas group Gazprom expects natural gas exports to Europe and Turkey of up to 201.1 Bcm this year, CEO Alexei Miller said Friday.

Gazprom also expects gas import demand growth in Europe up to 2035 to exceed forecasts, Miller also said.

"Today our forecast for gas pipeline deliveries in 2019 to Europe and Turkey is between 198.6 and 201.1 Bcm," Miller said in a speech at the company's annual general meeting. Gazprom exported 201.9 Bcm to Europe in 2018,…

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