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Environmentally Friendly Fuel Truck Scania is Already in Georgia

From today, environmentally friendly fuel track Scania, will appear on Georgian roads. A special event was devoted to the formal delivery of a truck of the future. Under the auspices of the Embassy of Sweden in Georgia, the brand new fuel truck Scania P360LB8X4HNA was inaugurated as the first of its kind …

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Toyota, Nissan, Honda Back Hydrogen Stations for Fuel Cells

 Toyota, Nissan and Honda are working together to get more fuel cell vehicles on roads in what they call Japan’s big push toward “a hydrogen society.” Fuel cell vehicles emit no pollution. They run on the power created when hydrogen stored as fuel combines with oxygen in the air to …

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Ukraine to Stop Buying Russian Gas

Russia and Ukraine failed to reach a new agreement on gas prices at talks in Vienna on Tuesday, leading to Ukraine suspending its purchase of Russian gas. Russian Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak and Ukraine’s Energy and Coal Minister Vladimir Demchishin both admitted to reporters that the negotiations had born no …

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Socar About Gossip Around The Project In Georgia

Head of the Investment Department of the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Vagif Aliyev named the reasons for suspending the construction of the company’s carbamide plant in Georgia. “This decision was made due to the changes in the conditions in the energy market, long-term gas supply and other issues”- said …

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Georgian Model To Be First To Appear on Avon Cover

Georgian Model Rusa Chachua, became first face of well known american brand Avon. Avon Products, Inc, known as Avon, is an American international manufacturer and direct selling company in beauty, household, and personal care categories. As of 2012, Avon had annual sales of $10.0 billion worldwide in 2013. It is the …

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Azerbaijan Becomes Commercial Operator in South Caucasus Gas Pipeline

Socar commercial operator

SOCAR (State Oil Company of Azerbaijan) has become the commercial operator of the South Caucasus gas pipeline through which Azerbaijan currently sells its gas to Georgia and Turkey. Gas is extracted at the Shah Deniz field. Previously, Norwegian Statoil company was the commercial operator. It left the project by selling its …

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Georgia reveals fate of Batumi oil terminal

The seizure will be lifted from the assets of the Batumi oil terminal only after a corresponding court decision, the Public Relations Department of Georgia’s Economy and Sustainable Development Ministry told Trend. The department said that this issue’s settlement is within the competence of the court. According to the ministry, …

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Georgia decreases Azerbaijani gas import

Georgia imported 319,850 metric tons of natural gas in oil equivalent worth $67.4 million from Azerbaijan in January-February 2015, the Georgian National Statistics Service’s report said. Azerbaijan is the main supplier of this fuel to Georgia with a share of 66.2 percent of total import volume of the country in …

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Georgia increases imports of oil products from Azerbaijan by 20%

Georgia increased import of oil products from Azerbaijan by 20 percent, the Georgian National Statistics Service’s foreign trade report said. Georgia imported 35,320 metric tons of oil and petroleum products worth $17.05 million from Azerbaijan in January-February 2015, said the report. Oil and oil products from Azerbaijan in January-February amounted …

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Georgia confident of successful implementation of AGRI project

The prospects for the implementation of AGRI (Azerbaijan-Georgia-Romania Interconnector) project will be discussed during the visit of Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili to Hungary, Georgian Deputy Prime Minister and Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze said. Garibashvili embarked on a visit to Hungary on Feb.10. Kaladze said the work on the project’s …

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