GAZPROM BLAMES UKRAINE FOR DISRUPTION IN RUSSIAN GAS FLOW TO EUROPE

Russian gas marketer Gazprom has blamed early cold weather in Ukraine for a 2 week disruption in deliveries of Russian natural gas to western Europe. Supplies were reportedly back to normal by Oct. 19. Gazprom said deliveries, which flow from Tyumen gas fields in western Siberia across Russia, Ukraine, and Czechoslovakia, were disrupted because Ukrainian users took more than their normal share. Russian flow to Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, and Austria is estimated at about 190 MMcfd, and

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