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Georgia Reveals Source of Gas to Be Stored in its Storage Facility

Georgia will store gas from Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz field in its underground gas storage facility to be built on Samgori South Dome Field, Georgia’s Energy Minister Ilia Eloshvili said in an exclusive interview with Trend. “Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation (GOGC) plans to construct a gas storage reservoir in a …

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Azerbaijani Gas to be Priority for Georgia’s Future Imports – Minister

Azerbaijani Gas to be Priority for Georgia’s Future Imports – Minister

Azerbaijani gas will be taken into account at first for Georgia’s future imports, Georgia’s Energy Minister Ilia Eloshvili said in an exclusive interview with Trend. “To look at figures, in Georgia the gas demand accounted for 2.2 billion cubic meters in 2016 where SOCAR’s [Azerbaijani state oil company] share amounted …

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Ilia Eloshvili Appointed As a Minister of Energy

Prime-minister presented Ilia Eloshvili as a Minister of Energy at today’s government session. Since 2012 Kakha Kaladze took the position of Energy Minister.Kaladze resigned last week. He is a candidate of  ”Georgian Dream” on the position of Tbilisi Mayor at the local self-government elections. Ilia Eloshvili was Deputy Minister of …

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Ilia Eloshvili about KazTransGas: We will Try to Reach Agreement

We will take every efforts to reach an agreement between the parties. Otherwise, we will have to move to arbitration space, Deputy Energy Minister Ilia Eloshvili told reporters regarding KazTransGas. “Certainly, we will hold meetings. The best solution will be to achieve agreement without interference of arbitration instance and court. …

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Electricity Imports in January-April 2017 Exceeded Total Imports of 2016

In January-April 2017 Georgia’s electricity imports made up 886.691 million kw/h, up 47% as compared to total imports in 2016 – 478.9 million kw/h. Deputy Energy Minister Ilia Eloshvili told Business Courier that electricity imports has grown because of increased electricity consumption. As to other months, Ministry of Energy of …

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