Ukrainian gas infrastructure facilities are currently not subject to systemic shelling, the situation is under control – Naftogaz

We provide up-to-date information on the operations of Naftogaz Group enterprises as of 10:00 on 24 February 2022.

JSC Ukrgasvydobuvannya continues to produce gas at facilities on a regular basis. No damage was reported during the current day.

At the same time, it has been decided to suspend operations of those facilities located near the demarcation line at the moment: UKPG Lobachivska, Borivske, Kapitanivske, Muratovske, Vilkhivske 1-2, which are in the vicinity of the hostilities. Employees are being evacuated from high-risk facilities.

All the facilities of JSC Ukrtransnafta and JSC Ukrtransgaz are operating as normal. Dispatchers of LLC “Gas supply company “Naftogaz Trading” are performing their functions on receiving and transmitting natural gas to counterparties remotely. There are no disruptions at work.

Limited Liability Company “Gas supply company “Naftogaz of Ukraine” is operating as normal. The employees are working remotely.

Novoyavirivska and Novorozdilska CHPs (Lviv region) that are managed by LLC “Naftogaz Teplo” are operating as normal.

CEO of National Joint Stock Company “Naftogaz of Ukraine” Yuriy Vitrenko, as well as all the managers of the national company, are working in Kyiv.

Press Service of National Joint Stock Company “Naftogaz of Ukraine” will be informing on a regular basis – each 2 hours – on the state of gas infrastructure in the company’s official accounts in social networks (Facebook, Telegram, Twitter).

We remind that earlier, during 21 February, about 500 households are without gas due to shelling from ORDLO.

Yes, the following facilities has suffered from shelling:

  • Lobachivska complex gas treatment plant (UKPG, Luhansk region),
  • PJSC Donetskoblgaz has suspended gas supplies to about 200 households in Novoluhansk (Donetsk region) due to numerous damages to aboveland low-pressure gas pipelines.
  • As a result of shelling by ORDLO, the distribution gas pipeline of PJSC Luhanskgaz (25% of shares belong to Naftogaz) in the village of Vrubivka, Luhansk region, was damaged.

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