Ukraine’s natural gas storage inventories are growing with European traders sending more supply to the country as stocks elsewhere on the continent are brimming. 

Ukraine Energy Minister German Galushchenko said Wednesday on the social media platform Telegram that foreign traders had pumped 1.8 billion cubic meters (Bcm), or about 64 Bcf, into the country’s underground facilities. 

Storage caverns managed by Ukrtransgaz  were 33.6% full as of Monday, according to the latest available data, compared with 28.5% at the same time last year. Ukraine has the largest natural storage capacity in Europe, with space for more than 30 Bcm.

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