Gazprom invites Romania to join South Stream gas pipeline project.

By bne IntelliNews January 13, 2010
Negotiations with Bulgaria are still under way and this is the right time for Romania to make its intentions clear about South Stream gas pipeline project, Gazprom export CEO Alexander Medvedev said in an interview with Southeast European Times . Romania has a great strategic position on the Black Sea coast and it could have been the starting point for the European part of the pipeline route, like Bulgaria , he explained. Medvedev is reportedly going to visit Romania soon in order to discuss countrys involvement with South Stream project as well as the development of a gas storage facility located at Malureni.

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