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The full name of the enterprise

Ukrtransgas Affiliated Company Naftogaz of Ukraine

National Joint-Stock Company

Abbreviated name of the enterprise

Ukrtransgas AC

Post address

9/1, Klovskiy Uzviz St., 01021 Kyiv, Ukraine


Chairman of the Board of Directors

Mr. Roman Y. Shymko

tel: +38044 461-20-95, fax: +38044 461-20-95


Ukrtransgas - the affiliated company of Naftogaz of Ukraine National Joint-Stock Company

Ukrtransgas is a gas transmission subsidiary of Naftogaz of Ukraine National Joint-Stock Company. The Company consists of 16 structural units, enjoying the status of company branches, whose production facilities are scattered across all regions of Ukraine.

The Company's main activities are:

  • natural gas transmission via trunk gas pipelines;
  • storage of natural gas in underground storage facilities;
  • supplying natural gas to consumers;
  • operation, reconstruction and servicing of gas mains and associated facilities;
  • capital construction of gas pipelines and other facilities;
  • production of compressed natural gas and filling vehicles with it at gas-filling compressor stations.

The Company annually supplies Ukrainian consumers with 75 Bcm of natural gas and transports Russian gas to 19 European countries in the amount of 120 Bcm, which equals almost 85% of Russia's total gas export.

The total length of gas pipelines operated by the Company - 36,600 km, including 22,200 km of gas mains and 14,400 km of branch lines, about 700 gas compressor units with 5400 MW total capacity, installed at 71 compressor stations. Number of gas distributing stations equals 1425.

Ukrtransgas operates one of Europe's most extensive underground gas storage network, which happens to be an important integral process part of Ukraine's operational gas transmission system. At present the company operates 12 underground gas storage facilities (UGSF), two of which are located in aquifer cavities, the rest utilise depleted gas fields. Total working capacity of underground gas storage facilities equals more than 30 Bcm.