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Fate of KhudonHES is Still Unclear

Fate of KhudonHES is Still Unclear

The fate of KhudonHES is still unclear. Minister of Energy still considers the project as important and strategic for the country, but he cannot specify its launch term. The opponents of the projects are named as the hampering reasons. The minister noted in his peach that all energy projects are carried …

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Georgia Will Get Additional Gas And Lower Tariffs From SOCAR

Georgia Will Get Additional Gas And Lower Tariffs From SOCAR

Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze and Rovnag Abdullayev, President of “SOCAR” have approved amended memorandum, signed in December, 2011 between Georgian government and company SOCAR. However, amendments have been made to the document signed between “Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation” and LLC “SOCAR GAS Export-Importer” and an agreement made “on Natural …

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Azerbaijan Hikes up Gas Supply to Georgia

Kaladze

The daily volume of Azerbaijani gas supply to Georgia has reached 8.3 million cubic meters, SOCAR reported. Georgia’s energy minister Kakha Kaladze is participating in the second Southern Gas Corridor Advisory Council Meeting. The energy ministers and representatives of various organizations from the Southern Gas Corridor member-states, including vice-president of …

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Georgia to Draw 2 billion USD Investments under South Corridor Projects

Georgian Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze attended the one-day ministerial of the Advisory Council of the Southern Gas Corridor in Baku, Azerbaijan. The Ministerial discussed the implementation of the Shah-Deniz second phase, as well as TANAP and TAP projects, where Georgia participates as a strategic partner. Georgia is expected to attract …

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Georgia Hopes to Agree on More Volumes of Azerbaijani Gas

Georgia Hopes to Agree on More Volumes of Azerbaijani Gas

Georgia hopes to agree on additional volumes of Azerbaijani gas, Georgian Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze told Trend in Baku Feb. 29. “I think we will agree on this issue one of these days and we will have the opportunity to get additional volumes of gas from Azerbaijan,” the minister said. …

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Ruling Georgian Coalition to Face Post-Election Collapse – Deputy PM

Ruling Georgian Coalition to Face Post-Election Collapse - Deputy PM

Georgia’s deputy prime minister and energy minister Kakha Kaladze said Feb. 22 he believed the ruling Georgian Dream-Democratic Georgia coalition would collapse after this year’s legislative election, the Sputnik International news agency reported. “Sooner or later it will happen and the coalition will fall apart,” he said. “This is nothing …

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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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Iran Plans to Build Hydroelectric Power Plants in Georgia

Iran and Georgia discussed ways of economic cooperation and made agreements on the expansion of electricity ties, said Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian said. Chitchian said, “The agreements were made in three general areas, first, Iran would set up hydroelectric power plants in Georgia since Iranian companies have the adequate …

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Potential Route for Iranian Gas Export to Georgia is Azerbaijan

Iranian Gas

Georgia can import Iranian gas through Azerbaijan, says Kakha Kaladze, Georgian deputy prime minister and minister of energy. Iran’s Shana news agency quoted Kaladze as saying Feb. 17 that there are two ways to import Iranian gas, “either through Azerbaijan or through Armenia”. He also said that Iran and Georgia …

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Georgia Can Supply Electricity to Iran

Electricity, Iran

Georgia can supply electricity surplus to Iran in spring and summer through Armenia and get it back in winter, when consumption increases in the country, Georgian Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze said, Sputnik International news agency reported. Kaladze went on an official visit to Iran on Feb. 16. Issues of cooperation …

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