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Turkmenistan is considering the possibility of liquefied gas supplies through Georgia2012-08-09 17:14
New ways of transporting liquefied natural gas are being discussed in Turkmenistan. According to the Business-Georgia, to date, negotiations on gas supplies to Europe via the Romanian port of Constanta are being conducted. It is also know that the vessels will deliver liquefied natural gas to Baku, where it will be redirected to Batumi or Poti by train.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Romania and other countries in the Black Sea will import Turkmen liquefied gas from the Georgian port by sea.
It is reported that this scheme is acceptable and for the transportation of other Turkmen goods, suitable for carriage in containers.
Not long ago, the Turkmen authorities got interested in gas pipeline projects AGRI, Azerbaijan-Georgia-Romania Interconnector, which provides transportation of liquefied natural gas via the Black Sea coast of Georgia to Romania.
As previously reported, the issue of supply and cost of gas was discussed by the Presidents of Armenia and Russia. According to the President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan, Russia and Armenia have agreed on prices for Russian gas.
"Today we are talking about an important topic - the price of delivered natural gas to Armenia. I hope we have found a mutual understanding on the principles of its formation. It must proceed from the reality of the market price for gas, multiplied or divided on the need to provide Armenia with natural gas for pricing tariffs comparable with regional prices, while maintaining its economy effectiveness", Sargsyan told reporters.
Currently, Armenia is importing gas from "Gazprom" which costs $ 180 per 1,000 cubic meters.