The press release of PhD János Zsuga, the CEO of FGSZ Ltd
The natural gas consumption of the country was 62.5 Mcm on Sunday.
The delivery from Ukraine has not arrived. We have received the agreed
amount from Austria.
The amount to be transmitted for Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina has
only been partly received and transmitted as the intake has dropped to
zero several times since 4.00 a.m.; the FGSZ Ltd - taking into
consideration that these countries have interruptible transmission
contracts - has proportionately decreased the amount to be transmitted
for these countries.
The expected consumption for today is 63-66 Mcm depending on the restart of the industry. We maintain restriction category I.
The volume of available resources is 66 Mcm (53 Mcm from underground
storages, 9 Mcm from domestic production, 4 Mcm from western import)
which is being negotiated.
The Austrian dispatcher charges did not confirm that they will
deliver to Serbia (2.7 Mcm /day) and to Bosnia-Herzegovina (1.5 Mcm
/day) the agreed amount to be transmitted, thus we have interrupted its
delivery. As soon as the amount to be transmitted has been confirmed and
delivered, we resume transmission.
The FGSZ Ltd is continuously analysing the situation.