Alexander Ozerets told Cabinet ministers that Belarus will receive 6.5 billion cu m in January-March, 4.55 billion cu m in the second quarter, 4.39 billion cu m in the third, and 6.18 billion cu m in the final quarter of 2008.
He said that Russian natural gas monopoly Gazprom would supply 6.35 billion cu m in October-December 2007.
Ozerets said Belarus's stored gas reserves would total 660 million cu m by the end of October.
The minister said after talks in Moscow last week that Belarus would pay 67% of the average European natural gas price in 2008 as previously agreed, but did not give an exact figure.
Gazprom delivers over 20 billion cu m of natural gas to Belarus annually. This year Belarus has imported Russian gas at a cost of $100 per 1,000 cu m, but paid only 55% of the price in the first half of the year, until Gazprom's threats to cut supplies over arrears forced Belarus to agree to the full price.