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Southern Gas Corridor Advisory Council Inks Joint Declaration

Southern Gas Corridor Advisory Council Inks Joint Declaration

The producers of energy resources, transit countries and consumers intend to develop and deepen prolonged strategic relations for reliable, secure and consistent provision of European markets with energy resources of Azerbaijan. This was stated in a joint declaration signed in Baku on February 29 following the Southern Gas Corridor Advisory …

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Azerbaijan Steadily Increasing Gas Supply to Georgia

Socar Georgia

The daily volume of Azerbaijani gas supply to Georgia has reached 8.3 million cubic meters, Mahir Mammadov, director general of ‘SOCAR Energy Georgia’ company, told Trend. Recently, 3.2 million cubic meters of gas from Shah Deniz and 5.1 million cubic meters of gas via the Hajigabul-Gardabani gas pipeline has been …

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Southern Gas Corridor Remains Priority for EU

Southern Gas

The Southern Gas Corridor project remains a priority for the European Union, a European Commission energy spokeswoman told New Europe. “The immediate priority for the region remains the completion of the Southern Gas Corridor, including TANAP, the Greece-Italy Trans-Adriatic Pipeline and the Greece-Bulgaria IGB interconnector,” said the spokeswoman. She noted …

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Maros Sefcovic Gighlights Azerbaijan’s Role in Southern Gas Corridor

Maros Sefcovic Gighlights Azerbaijan's Role in Southern Gas Corridor

The Caspian region will play very important role for the energy security of Europe, the EU Commission Vice-President for Energy Union Maros Sefcovic said in an interview with Trend. Maros Sefcovic will pay official visit to Baku to participate in the second Southern Gas Corridor Advisory Council Meeting on Feb. …

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Armenia is Able to Ensure the Transit of Iranian Gas to Georgia

Armenia is Able to Ensure the Transit of Iranian Gas to Georgia

Armenia is able to ensure the transit of Iranian gas to Georgia, states Armenia Energy Minister due to the fact that there is no decisions on Iran-Georgia gas transit yet. Armenia’s Energy Minister Yervand Zakharyan stated the aforementioned in the parliament today, responding to the question of Lyudmila Sargsyan. According to him, the …

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Around 8000 Families Will Get Natural Gas in Georgia

Omalo Georgia

Almost 8,000 families living in rural Georgia will get natural gas for the first time. 20 million GEL will be allocated from the state budget for the purpose of gasification of more than 60 villages in 21 municipalities – Prime Minister noted prior to the Cabinet session. Prime Minister noted that …

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Gazprom Announces New Gas Supply Route under Black Sea

Russian energy giant Gazprom has said it signed a memorandum with Italy’s Edison SpA and Greece’s DEPA SA on gas deliveries. In a press statement, it has explained that according to the memorandum of understanding signed in Rome, gas will be delivered under the Black Sea “via third countries” to …

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Each Road Goes To SOCAR: Kaladze Plans Another Visit to Azerbaijan

Kakha Kaladze

Negotiations held between Georgia and Gazporm in Vienna has finished without a result. Russian side does not plan to take Georgia’s demands into account, while Georgia stands steady on the position, Negotiations concern to the monetization of gas transit fees and purchase price of gas from Russia by Georgia. The Vice-Premier …

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Georgia Regards Azerbaijan its Strategic Ally in Gas Supplies

Georgia Regards Azerbaijan its Strategic Ally in Gas Supplies

Georgia, which enjoys significant transit potential for delivering hydrocarbon resources of the Caspian basin, is ambitious to transit Iranian blue fuel to Europe. Georgian Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze’s statement that his country can import Iranian gas “either through Azerbaijan or through Armenia,” has given birth to concerns about reliability of …

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