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Azerbaijan increases gas supply to Georgia

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The daily volume of Azerbaijani gas supply to Georgia has reached 8.3 million cubic meters, Mahir Mammadov, director general of ‘SOCAR Energy Georgia’ company.

Recently, 3.2 million cubic meters of gas from Shah Deniz and 5.1 million cubic meters of gas via the Hajigabul-Gardabani gas pipeline has been delivered to Georgia, said Mammadov.

He noted that Azerbaijan is steadily increasing the volume of gas supply to Georgia.

Commenting on the possible increase in gas supply to Georgia and revising the tariffs, Mammadov said that currently, work is underway on the contract. However, he didn’t give details.

Azerbaijan exports gas to Georgia via the pipeline linking the two countries in Azerbaijan’s Gazakh district. The gas pumping capacity of this pipeline exceeds 2.5 billion cubic meters per year.

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2016.02.27 / 10:25
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