Russian War Against Ukraine: Energy Dimension (Status as of May 11)
DiXi Group has prepared its next alert on the energy dimension of the Russian war against Ukraine.
- Almost 752,800 consumers did not have access to electricity supply, over 217,000 consumers did not have gas supply.
- Along with the physical damage, the aggressor continued to strike energy infrastructure with cyber attacks.
- Due to the occupiers’ interference in the operation of the Novopskov compressor station, GTSOU reported that gas transit through the Sokhranivka interconnection point would be impossible since May 11. Naftogaz sent a letter to Gazprom, informing about force majeure and offering to transfer respective volumes to the Sudzha interconnection point. As GTSOU General Director Serhii Makogon informed in the morning of May 11, Gazprom has stopped transporting gas from the Russian territory to the Sokhranivka interconnection point.
- According to Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, on May 10, the government approved draft laws proposing the Verkhovna Rada to introduce a ban on raising utility tariffs for a period of martial law and six months after its completion.