Kazakhstan increases gas transit tariff for Gazprom by 21.4 %

Jan 22, 2009 01:00 AM

Kazakhstan has increased the gas transit tariff for Russian natural gas monopoly Gazprom to $ 1.70 per tcm of gas per 100 km from $ 1.40 currently, Sauat Mynbayev, Kazakhstan's minister of energy and mineral resources, said.
The agreement was concluded with Gazprom on Dec. 31, 2008, Mynbayev said.

Under the agreement, Gazprom will supply 4.6 bn cm of gas to Kazakhstan in 2009, Mynbayev also said.

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