Russian gas imports to Armenia grow by 22,3 %

Russian gas imports to Armenia grow by 22,3 %

PanARMENIAN.Net - Russian gas imports to Armenia grew by 22,3% in 2012 to total 1,967.2 million cubic meters, up from 1,609.1 million cubic meters in 2011.

Natural gas consumption in Armenia’s energy and industry sectors increased by 23,7% and 2% percent respectively, to total 231.9 and 254.7 million cubic meters.

In 2012, gas consumption by Armenia’s population dropped by 1,6% to comprise 542 million cubic meters, ArmRosGazprom press service said.

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