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Georgia has transferred gas pipelines network to the management of the SOCAR2012-02-27 17:39
Ministry of Finance and Economy of Adjara has transferred the gas pipelines, built in the villages of Adjara Bobokvati, Khutsubani, Kveda, Sameba and Ochkhamuri, to management of the SOCAR Georgia Gas in frameworks of the program of the village assistance.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Regionmedia.net, the Ministry of Finance and Economy of Adjara has transferred the gas pipelines, built in the villages of Adjara Bobokvati, Khutsubani, Kveda, Sameba and Ochkhamuri, to management of the SOCAR Georgia Gas in frameworks of the program of the village assistance, the ministry.
The company will manage the system for 49 years. It was instructed to enter the pipeline in operation during the next six months.
The Ministry stated that if the pipeline would not have been transferred to SOCAR Georgia Gas, its operation would have been impossible, the edition reported.
In addition to the pipeline in Kobuleti, the company also got the 11-kilometer gas main in Khelvachauri municipality. The SOCAR Georgia Gas must carry out the obligations before the state before the spring of 2013.
As recalled by the Day.az, November 2008, Azerbaijan and Georgia signed an agreement which created the possibility of the revitalization of SOCAR (State Oil Company of Azerbaijan) at the Georgian gas market over the next five years, beginning in 2009. According to the Memorandum, for this project the SOCAR has created a subsidiary company SOCAR Georgia Gas, providing the gas to the groups of gas consumers.
In late December 2008, the Government of Georgia and the SOCAR signed an agreement to transfer gas networks covering different regions of Georgia to the management of the 30 gas distribution farms.