Azerbaijan, Georgia, Romania and Hungary show interes on AGRI gas project

At a ministerial meeting on the project of Azerbaijan-Georgia-Romania Interconnecter (AGRI) in Bucharest representatives of Azerbaijan, Georgia, Romania and Hungary expressed full support for AGRI, which envisages supply of the Caspian liquefied gas through the Black Sea coast of Georgia to Eastern Europe.

“Representatives of the four countries stood for rapid start of the preparation of the AGRI project’s feasibility study (FS) at the ministerial meeting,” member of AGRI LNG Co managing team Vitaly Beylarbeyov said on Wednesday.

He said the countries’ representatives were familiarized with presentations of commercial companies of Japan, Norway, Turkey, Korea and France, which expressed a desire to prepare the feasibility study of AGRI during the ministerial meeting.

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