45% drop in gas supply from Russia, Poland

Kosakowo, Poland 13th, September 2014 PGNiG Polish natural gas network operator said that gas supplies through entry points on the Ukrainian and Belarusian borders have been lower since Monday 8th of September. On Wednesday PGNiG recorded a 45 percent lower level than what the company had ordered from Russia's Gazprom. Pictured: Cavern underground gas storage in Kosakowo belonging to PGNiG company (Photo by Michal Fludra/NurPhoto) (Photo by NurPhoto/Corbis via Getty Images)
Kosakowo, Poland 13th, September 2014 PGNiG Polish natural gas network operator said that gas supplies through entry points on the Ukrainian and Belarusian borders have been lower since Monday 8th of September. On Wednesday PGNiG recorded a 45 percent lower level than what the company had ordered from Russia's Gazprom. Pictured: Cavern underground gas storage in Kosakowo belonging to PGNiG company (Photo by Michal Fludra/NurPhoto) (Photo by NurPhoto/Corbis via Getty Images)
45% drop in gas supply from Russia, Poland
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