Georgia, Russia Oil and Gas

In balance of natural gas for 2020, Georgia reduces its supplies from Azerbaijan by 2.1%

Georgia, which meets its needs for natural gas mainly through imports, has revised its forecast for the current year for the second time since the

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Georgia to increase natural gas imports by 2.66 billion cubic meters in 2020

Georgia plans to increase natural gas imports to the amount of 2.66 billion cubic meters.

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Serbia will not succumb to attempts to stop the Turkish Stream

Serbia insists on the implementation of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline project and does not support sanctions against Russia.

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Import of petroleum products to Georgia increased

In 2019, deliveries of petroleum products to Georgia increased by 5.7% compared to the previous year to 1.41 million tons, international independent pricing agency Argus informs.

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Azerbaijan did not buy Russian gas in Q1

In the first quarter of 2019 Azerbaijan did not buy gas in Russia.

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In Q1, Azerbaijan supplied over 39 thousand tons of petroleum products to Georgia

In January-March 2019, Georgia, which almost 100% meets its needs for petroleum products % due to imports, imported 232.6 thousand tons of petrol and diesel fuel, which is by 4.3% less than in the

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Pashinyan announces interest of Russia, Georgia and Turkmenistan in transit of Iranian gas through Armenia

Russia, Georgia and Turkmenistan are interested in implementing a project on the transit of the Iranian gas through Armenia, the head of the Armenian government Nikol Pashinyan said  n Tuesday

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Gazprom extends transit contract with Georgia

The Georgian authorities have stated that they extended agreement with Gazprom on transit of Russian gas to Armenia, as well as on purchase of gas until the end of 2020 "on improved terms&quot

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Georgia asks Gazprom Export to improve conditions of transit of Russian gas to Armenia

Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bakhtadze has reported that negotiations are underway with Gazprom Export on a new agreement on transit of Russian gas to Armenia.

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Georgian Prime Minister: Georgia is not going to refuse transit of Russian gas

Georgia will continue to perform its transit function of transporting Russian natural gas to Armenia, the Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze said at the briefing on Friday before the Governme

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