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GIOGIE-2011 summing up results2011-04-01 15:34
GIOGIE-2011 Oil, Gas, Energy and Infrastructure International Conference in Tbilisi finished its work. As reported by Business Georgia, summing up the results, the initiators of the event say that this year it was attended by over 150 delegates from 15 countries. The conference was organized with the participation of the Georgian Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection, Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure and the Georgian office of the British Chamber of Commerce (BGCC).gt-en-newsitem-inside
Within the two days of work, the conference participants discussed a number of important issues in the field of energy: the scenarios of development of the hydrocarbon world market up to 2020, Georgian energy projects, the South Corridor project, Georgian energy safety strategy, provision of sponsorship of the energy projects and other issues.
The basic directions of Georgia's energy policy are presently energy safety, gas supply diversification, hydroelectric stations reconstruction, construction of underground gas storages and foreign investments attraction and privatization, as initiators of GIOGIE-2011 remarked after the meeting.