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    Medium gas supply // Gazprom supplies to Uzbekistan under a new contract may amount to 6 billion cubic meters per year

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    In the fourth quarter, Gazprom will begin deliveries of pipeline gas to Uzbekistan in transit through Kazakhstan via the Central Asia-Center pipeline. According to Kommersant, we are talking about the supply of about 6 billion cubic meters of gas per year. Tashkent lacks its own gas production to cover the peak consumption in winter. According to analysts, the purchase of 6 billion cubic meters from Gazprom will allow Uzbekistan to meet its own needs, but it will not be enough to fully fulfill the contract for gas exports to China.

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