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Unlocking Ukraine's gas storage potential – is there economic rationale?

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12 April 2016

Unlocking Ukraine's gas storage potential – is there economic rationale?

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During the first week of April, the TSO's, EUStream and Ukrtransgaz, announced  that the Budince interconnection point between Ukraine and Slovakia now has bi-directional capability, giving European gas traders the opportunity to use Ukraine's estimated 12 bcm of unused storage capacity.  Whilst Ukraine's storage capacity is now physically accessible to European traders, the economic argument for using it is less than compelling.

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  • Costs of using Ukrainian storage vs Austrian VTP summer winter 2016 spread.

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