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Gas, go-ahead for the cooperation among Mediterranean TSOs

Operators from 12 countries team up to promote industry and infrastructure development

20180208_1.jpgTransport System Operators from 12 Mediterranean countries have gathered for the first time to start a dialogue on the industry and on its development prospects in the region.
According to a note, the meeting that recently took place in Milan started “a cooperation process aimed at further developing infrastructures” in “an area of growing strategic relevance as regards the security of supplies and the essential role of gas for the decarbonisation and the competitiveness of energy systems.”
Along with SNAM, that opened the event with a speech held by its President Carlo Malacarne, the meeting was also attended by representatives for Defa (Cyprus), Desfa (Greece), Empl-Metragaz (Morocco), Enagas (Spain), GRTgaz (France), Ingl (Israel), Jordanian Egyptian Fajr (Jordan), Plinacro (Croatia), Plinovodi (Slovenia), Ren (Portugal), The Energy and Water Agency - Government of Malta (Malta).
“Gas infrastructure operators in the Mediterranean area have laid the foundations to start a cooperation aimed at fostering the development of the gas infrastructure industry in the region,” jointly stated all involved companies.

 

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08 February 2018 - 15:17 CET