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Gas Transportation Tariff Grow

LLC Georgian Gas Transportation Company has raised gas transportation tariff. Under today’s decision of GNERC, gas transportation tariff per cubic meter for steam power plant, Kazbegi Gas, Dusheti Gas and other consumers will be 1.84 GEL, excluding VAT. Since 2000 gas transportation tariff for steam power plants was 0.9 GEL …

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TAP to Ensure More Sustainable Energy Future for Europe

TAP to Ensure More Sustainable Energy Future for Europe

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, which envisages delivery of Azerbaijani gas to Europe, will ensure a more sustainable energy future for this continent, said the country manager of TAP AG consortium for Greece Rikard Scoufias. He pointed out South-Eastern Europe is a region that could benefit most from the …

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Low Chances for Iran, Israeli Gas to Reach Europe – Expert

Low Chances for Iran, Israeli Gas to Reach Europe - Expert

The chances of Iranian and Israeli gas to reach European market are not good, Charles Ellinas, CEO of Cyprus-based energy consultancy e-CNHC believes. “Gas prices in Europe are too low to make such prospects commercially viable,” Ellinas, who is also a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council and has …

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Enagas Committed to TAP as Key Infrastructure for Europe

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project will mean a more sustainable supply of energy, in line with the European Union’s objectives, a source in Spain’s Enagas company, which is one of the project’s shareholders, told Trend. “Enagas is committed to the TAP project as a key infrastructure for Europe,” said …

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Whether Actions by KaztransGas and Inter RAO Damage Reputation of Georgia

INTER RAO has launched an investment dispute against Georgian Authorities to claim a compensation after GEL exchange rate depreciation. Moreover, KaztransGas has also sued Government of Georgia to London Arbitration Court. Businessman Fady Asly, president of International Chamber of Commerce – Georgia (ICC Georgia), also argues with Georgian Authorities. The …

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Georgian Ministry talks Purchase of Iranian Gas

Georgian Ministry talks Purchase of Iranian Gas

Delivery of gas from Iran to Georgia is theoretically possible, and there is necessary infrastructure for this, but such contracts were not concluded between state companies, Georgia’s Deputy Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Mariam Valishvili told Trend Apr. 24. “The Iranian side expresses its readiness to supply gas to …

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SOCAR Ready to Increase Natural Gas Supply to Georgia

SOCAR: we Hope, Investments Made by us Will Reflect on the Rate

SOCAR shows readiness to increase daily supply of natural gas to Georgia by 3 million cubic meters from current 7 million cubic meters, Deputy Head of Natural Gas Exports Department of SOCAR, noted. “In 2016, amid Gajigabul-Gardabani pipeline rehabilitation works, daily operating capacity rose to 10 million cubic meters and …

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Georgia to Buy only Azerbaijani Gas

In 2017 Georgia will not buy Russian gas and satisfy 96% of the domestic demand only by Azerbaijani gas. Minister of Energy Kakha Kaladze said that Agreement signed with Gazprom enables the country to buy Azerbaijani gas by the money raised from Russian natural gas transit to Armenia. “We also …

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TANAP Important for Turkey to Reduce Dependence on Russia

TANAP

The Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) project is important, especially for Turkey, Georgia and European countries, as it will reduce dependence on other gas resources from places such as Russia, according to Azerbaijan’s energy minister. “The TANAP project is important not only because it supplies a significant volume of gas …

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