Feasibility study of Russian natural gas supply to Macedonia to be ready in Q3.

By bne IntelliNews June 24, 2012
Russias Gazprom said that the results of the feasibility study of Russian gas supply to Macedonia within the South Stream project will be presented in Q3. In April, Russias Giprospetsgaz won the tender procedure for selecting a contractor to perform the study. Meanwhile, during a meeting in St. Petersburg, Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski and Gazprom executive Alexey Miller discussed the intergovernmental agreement that is being prepared and the cooperation within the South Stream project. Gazprom supplied 0.13bn cubic metres of natural gas to Macedonia in 2011. The South Stream project of the Russian corporation aims to diversify its natural gas export routes, among others.

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