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Irkutsk region turned out to be the region with the most expensive network gas - EastRussia | Far East

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Yakutsk

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Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

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Irkutsk region turned out to be the region with the most expensive network gas

The most expensive gas network in Russia turned out to be in the Irkutsk Region, and the most affordable - on Sakhalin. This is evidenced by the results of the study. RIA Rating.

In Russia, the cost of gas is one of the lowest in Europe, cheaper only in Kazakhstan. In the whole country you can buy 5 827 cubic meters of network gas for average net wages, the average consumer price is 6,18 rubles per cubic meter. The most expensive - in the Irkutsk region - will cost 13,6 rubles, and the cheapest - in Sevastopol - 3,86 rubles.

Gas availability rating was based on Rosstat data. It included the 73 region, where residents use network gas, and for which Rosstat publishes data on average consumer prices. According to the study, the Sakhalin region turned out to be one of the most gas-rich regions of the country. There you can buy more than ten thousand cubic meters of network gas for an average salary. In this region, and wages are large and the level of production of this resource is one of the highest in the country.

Yakutia turned out to be among the regions of the Far East most supplied with network gas, the other subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District are in the middle of the rating. Experts do not expect significant changes in the short term. Changes may occur as the Far East gasifies. This is due to the development of large gas fields in Yakutia and the Irkutsk Region under the Power of Siberia project.