Turkmenistan, Romania mull opportunities for energy co-op
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, Nov. 28
By Huseyn Hasanov– Trend:
Opportunities for building up mutually beneficial partnership were discussed in Ashgabat city at a regular meeting of the Turkmen-Romanian working commission for cooperation in the energy sector, Nebit-Gaz, online newspaper of the country’s Oil and Gas Complex, reported Nov. 18.
A delegation of representatives of the Energy Ministry of Romania arrived to participate in the meeting. Following the meeting, a protocol was signed.
One of the key aspects of Turkmenistan’s energy strategy is further modernization and technical re-equipment of oil and gas production and petrochemical facilities, construction of modern gas processing complexes, including those producing gasoline, diesel fuel, aviation kerosene, polyethylene, polypropylene and other gas chemical products, according to the report.
In this context, introduction of advanced resource saving technologies, innovative scientific and technical developments was noted.
“The openness of Turkmenistan’s foreign policy, the richest natural resources, the favorable investment climate created in the country - all this provides great opportunities for increasing international cooperation in all spheres, including oil and gas sphere,” the report said.