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EU gas imports through Ukraine highest since war


European energy utilities like RWE and Uniper have bought more gas from majority state-owned Russian gas giant Gazprom than at any moment since full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February. Orders to send gas through Ukraine via Velke Kapusany, a major entry point in Slovakia, increased from 35 million cubic meters (mcm) at the start of the conflict to 91mcm on Wednesday, figures from the Slovak grid operator Eustream show.

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