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Liquefied Natural Gas: Plans for a Route from Georgia to Romania

Published: September 17, 2010; 13:57 · (Vindobona)

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is to be shipped from the Georgian port of Kulevi in the direction of Constanta.

Liquefied Natural Gas: Plans for a Route from Georgia to Romania / Picture: © Flickr

While high representatives are still fighting over South Stream and Nabucco, Black Sea countries are vying for the transport of liquefied natural gas via the Black Sea.

The diversification of gas supplies is one of the key issues within the European Union. With the signing of a declaration of support for the AGRI project, Romania, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Hungary have…

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