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    Russian energy company Gazprom has increased its January-October gas exports to non-CIS countries by 10 percent to reach 13.05 billion cubic meters, the company said Tuesday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — As quoted in the Gazprom statement, CEO Alexei Miller said:

    "Gazprom fully meets Turkey's increased requests: Russian gas supplies to the country exceeded the average rate for the month by 14 percent in the last four days of October." 

    The company's 10-month deliveries to Germany climbed by 7.5 percent, or 2.75 billion cubic meters. The United Kingdom received 54.6 percent more gas, with France 20.4 percent more, and Austria 27.5 percent more.

    Gazprom's exports to Greece in that period increased by 47.3 percent, to the Netherlands by 91.8 percent, to Denmark by 149.4 percent, and to Poland by 16.7 percent, the company added.


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