Russian energy giant Gazprom's daily natural gas transport hit record high with 635 million cubic meters (mcm), according to the statement released by the company on late Friday.
The company reported that the natural gas exports of 635 mcm on Jan. 29 was a historic record for daily gas exports.
The Blue Stream, Nord Stream, Yamal Europe Pipelines are working at full capacity and the company's exports to Europe are also continuing to increase in 2017, according to the statement.
CEO of Gazprom Alexey Miller announced that Gazprom supplied 34 percent of Europe's total natural gas imports last year, in a recent statement.
Earlier in January, he also highlighted that Gazprom's gas exports to Europe and Turkey reached a historical record high with 179.3 billion cubic meters in 2016.
He said that exports to Europe and Turkey in 2016 was up 12.5 percent in total - 19.9 billion cubic meters more than in 2015.
Turkey imports nearly 30 billion cubic meters (bcm) of gas every year from Russia through the Blue Stream and Western Line.
Reporting by Emre Gurkan Abay in Moscow
Writing by Ebru Sengul