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Gas prices may decrease in Georgia2012-11-19 14:24
The issue of reducing the tariff on gas in Georgia would be discussed after the change of the head of Oil and Gas Corporation Zurab Janjgava, the Rosbalt reported. This was announced by the new Minister of Energy of Georgia Kakha Kaladze.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The tariff will be revised when the head of the Oil and Gas Corporation Zurab Janjgava will be replaced", said Kaladze. However, he did not explain the connection between the gas tariffs and corporate management.
100% of the Oil and Gas Corporation of Georgia belongs to the public partnership fund, headed by Irakli Kovzanadze.
Meanwhile, as reported by the News-Georgia, the issue of reducing power rates in Georgia will be discussed with the delegation of the Russian company "Inter RAO UES", which arrives in Tbilisi on Monday. This was also announced by Kakha Kaladze.
"Inter RAO" owns 75.08% shares of the Tbilisi electricity distribution company JSC "Telasi", as well as a number of power facilities, including the two power units TbilGRES and hydroelectric plants "Khrami-1" and "Khrami-2".
"This is a representative delegation with which we are going to negotiate to reduce tariffs, as well as consider the question of the fate of the released employees of the "Telasi", part of which went on hunger strike. These issues must become clearer very soon", Kaladze told reporters on Monday.