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Gazprom arrives in Romania to discuss the South Stream project

de A.C.
Joi, 14 ianuarie 2010, 15:13 English | Top News

A delegation lead by the Russian Energy ministry, Serghei Smatko and Gazprom Vice President, Alexander Medvedev will arrive in Romania in January, the Russian press reads. One of topics tackled will be the possibility to include Romania in the South Stream project, reads quoted by Jurnal de Chisinau.

According to the initial track, South Stream will pass through the Black Sea and Bulgaria but Bulgaria might be replaced by Romania if it will fail to take an official attitude. Romanian Economy minister Adriean Videanu said that Romania's priority is Nabuco.

This move will bring along many advantages to the country, especially the secure gas deliveries, the quoted source reads. Plus, the industry in Romania would have a lot to win if Romania will decide to be on Nabucco and South Stream alike.

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