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BP expects gas output from Shah Deniz to remain high

BP expects gas output from Shah Deniz to remain high

BP expects production from Azerbaijani Shah Deniz field to continue at high level in 2016, BP’s Regional President for Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey, Gordon Birrell told in an interview to Natural Gas Europe. “Shah Deniz continues its good production delivery. In 2015, the field provided reliable deliveries of gas to …

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SOCAR to Increase Gas Supply to Georgia in Winter Season

SOCAR to Increase Gas Supply to Georgia in Winter Season

Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR has reached an agreement with the South Caucasus Pipeline and Shah Deniz consortiums to increase gas supply to Georgia in winter seasons. SOCAR said it conducted talks based on an appeal from Georgia on assistance in optimizing gas supply from Azerbaijan. As a result of the …

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SOCAR To Increase Gas Supply To Georgia in Winter

Socar Georgia

Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR has reached an agreement with the South Caucasus Pipeline and Shah Deniz consortiums to increase gas supply to Georgia in winter seasons. SOCAR said it conducted talks based on an appeal from Georgia on assistance in optimizing gas supply from Azerbaijan. The company said all …

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Azerbaijani Gas Supplies Can’t Solve the Gas Shortage of Georgia

Georgia Wants to Change Contract with Gazprom Azerbaijani

Azerbaijani gas supplies can’t solve the gas shortage problem Georgia faces today – Vice PM, Minister of Energy of Georgia Kakha Kaladze said. This statement was made at a meeting between PM Kvirikashvili, Kakha Kaladze and SOCAR representatives. According to Kaladze, both pipelines of SOCAR that provide Georgia with natural …

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SOCAR to Increase Gas Supply to Georgia

Mahir Mammadov

The State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR) will maximally increase the gas supply to Georgia up to seven million cubic meters (mcm) per day, Mahir Mammadov, the head of SOCAR Energy Georgia, told the Georgian Rustavi 2 TV channel. Following a meeting with the head of SOCAR in …

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PM and Energy Minister Holding Meeting with SOCAR Representatives

PM and Energy Minister Holding Meeting with SOCAR Representatives

Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirkashvili is holding a meeting with the SOCAR Company representatives at the moment. The meeting is underway at the governmental administration and is attended by vice PM Minister of Energy Kakha Kaladze and Deputy Energy Minister Mariam Valishvili. SOCAR President Rovnag Abdulaev and SOCAR Georgia …

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No Serious Problems with Gas Supply to Georgia – SOCAR

Georgia has never had serious problems with gas supply from Azerbaijan, Mahir Mammadov, head of SOCAR Energy Georgia, a subsidiary of Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR, told Trend agency. He said various processes that have no impact on the total volume of gas supplies occasionally take place. “The matter rests …

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SOCAR Says No Need to Build LNG Terminal in Georgia

SOCAR doesn’t need to build a new LNG terminal on the Black Sea coast of Georgia in the near future. This was noted by Vagif Aliyev, the Head of the Investment Department of Azerbaijan’s state energy company SOCAR, in an interview with local TV channel on January 7. He said …

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SOCAR to Restore Historic Building in Tbilisi

SOCAR will restore a historic building located on the territory of the company’s representative office in Tbilisi, SOCAR said. The historic building was built in 1900-1905 by architect Alexander Shimkevich. First it will be moved to its previous place and then it will be restored. Dutch Bresser company will be …

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SOCAR Reduces Oil Export from Georgian Supsa Port

Supsa

The State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) exported 2.37 million tons of oil from Georgian Supsa port from Jan.-Oct. 2015, or 6.4 percent less than in the same period in 2014, said the message from the company. SOCAR exported 338,590 tons of oil from Supsa in October 2015, compared to …

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