Baku hosted the first round of talks between Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey on the distribution of Turkey share of Shah Deniz gas to be supplied in 2007, Trend reports.
The President of the Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation, Alexander Khetaguri, said on December 14, that three countries had exchange of opinions in this respect in Baku.
The results of this meeting will be discussed within every participating company and concrete resolutions will be made on December 15, he said.
The Baku meeting mulled conceptual questions and problems.
We want to resolve all problems and continue talks, which are very successful. There is an agreement on the gas distribution. The Energy Ministers have resolved this question and it was removed from the agenda. Now only the commercial details of the contract are under discussions, he said.
Tbilisi wants to achieve increase of gas deliveries from the Azerbaijani gas field Shah Deniz, which will deliver first gas to Georgia on December 15. In accordance with the previous agreement, in 2007 Georgia can claim 250mln cu m of Shah Deniz gas amid annual demand of 1.8mln cu m.