SOCAR announces time of opening new multifunctional gas station in Georgia
Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept.25
By Leman Zeynalova – Trend:
Georgian subsidiary of Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR plans to open a multifunctional gas station in Georgia in November this year, Ibrahim Ahmadov, deputy head of the SOCAR public relations and events department, told Trend.
“The construction of a multifunctional gas station located on a highway near Terjola is in the final stages of completion, and we plan to open it in November,” he said.
SOCAR exports gas extracted at Azerbaijani fields through its own funds to Georgia without participation of foreign companies. Moreover, Georgia receives Azerbaijani gas extracted at Shah Deniz offshore field with participation of SOCAR and foreign companies.
Presently, SOCAR is the major supplier of natural gas, oil and oil products to Georgia. SOCAR’s subsidiaries are engaged in expansion and modernization of the country’s gas distribution systems, development of filling stations under SOCAR’s brand and have an oil terminal in Georgia’s Kulevi Black Sea Port, which supplies Azerbaijani oil and oil products to the world markets.
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