It is too early to talk about the end of the crisis in the Ukrainian gas market. Due to the blockade of the Polish border, gas continues to rise in price and disappears from gas stations. This was reported by the director of the A-95 Consulting Group Serhii Kuiun on Facebook.
"I had the illusion that we had already passed the peak of the crisis in the liquefied natural gas market. But as the latest monitoring of the situation shows, it is too early to say that," he wrote.
According to him, gas has disappeared from Privat's network in half of the regions, and where it remains, it costs 39.6 hryvnias. UPG, Socar, MOTTO, BRSM, and Avantazh have also experienced interruptions.
"The reason is the blocking of the Polish border, through which 30% of imports or about 25% of the liquefied gas market came by road," Kuiun said.