Romania, Russia extend gas transmission contract
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 11
By Leman Zeynalova – Trend:
Romania and Russia have extended their gas transmission contract until 31 December 2019, Trend reports citing Romania’s Transgaz SA company.
“The National Gas Transmission Company Transgaz SA and Gazprom Export, the limited liability company from the Russian Federation, agreed to extend the contract for gas transmission on the territory of Romania by 3 months until 31 December 2019,” reads the message.
This extension of the contract duration ensures that the transmission of gas from the Russian Federation to Turkey, Greece and other South-Eastern European countries is carried forward, said the company.
Transgaz is the sole technical operator of the National Gas Transmission System (NTS) and ensures the achievement of the national strategy goals for internal and international gas transmission, dispatching, research and design, in conditions of efficiency, transparency, safety, non-discriminatory access and competitiveness, in line with the Romanian and European applicable laws, and with the quality, performance, environmental and sustainable development standards.
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