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Energy Forum GIOGIE 2013 starts in Tbilisi2013-03-26 14:13
On Tuesday March 26, in Tbilisi, a two-day Georgian International Oil, Gas, Infrastructure and Energy Conference (GIOGIE 2013) starts. It was opened by the Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Energy of Georgia Kakha Kaladze, the Trend reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The new government of Georgia supports all energy projects, outlined in the past, and especially bearing regional nature, the Vice Prime Minister said.
"Georgia remains committed to all the international obligations on energy projects and is ready to fulfill its obligations," he said, stressing that Georgia also intends to become a regional energy hub, for which the country continues constructing new power plants with regard to the requirements of environmentalists.
Kaladze added that Georgia intends to cooperate with Azerbaijan and Turkey on the issue of gas supplies to Europe.
GIOGIE provides a timely business platform for the oil, gas and energy industry in 2013.
The main directions of the energy policy to be reviewed include Georgia's role in regional energy security and sources for the future, the development of hydropower sector and cross-border trade opportunities.