Source Pravda.Ru

Federal Energy Commission to set gas export tariffs to Belarus today

Today the board of the Russian Federal Energy Commission will set the price for the natural gas that exported to Belarus by Gazprom, the press service of the commission told RBC. The agenda of today's meeting includes also questions concerning gas transportation tariffs in the Krasnodar region and through gas pipelines of the Norilskgazprom company and wholesale gas prices.

Members of the board are expected to consider disagreements between the Kuibyshev Railway and the Orenburg regional energy commission concerning the state regulation of electrical and heating tariffs in Russia.

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