AZERBAIJAN

TAP to bring more gas to Italy this year – Luca Schieppati

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LYAMAN ZEYNALOVA

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) will be able to bring more than 9.5 billion cubic meters of gas to Italy this year, which is 2.5 times more than in 2021, said

Luca Schieppati, TAP's Managing Director, Trend reports.

“We are talking about over 13 percent of the national gas demand,” he said addressing the Young Hope event in Italy.

Azerbaijan and Romania discussed their cooperation in the field of "green" energy

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MARIYANA AHMEDOVA

Azerbaijan, Georgia, Hungary and Romania have great prospects for their partnership in the field of "green" energy. This was written by the Minister of Energy of Azerbaijan - Parviz Shahbazov on his Twitter page.

"With my colleague, the Minister of Energy of Romania - Virgil Popescu, we discussed the priorities of cooperation in the field of energy, such as the supply of gas from Azerbaijan and the transportation of "green" energy along the Black Sea Undersea Power Transmission Line", the publication says.

Azerbaijan will provide almost a quarter of Bulgaria's natural gas needs

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MARIYANA AHMEDOVA

By the end of the year, Azerbaijan will provide 19 percent of Bulgaria's natural gas needs. This was stated by the Minister of Energy of Azerbaijan - Parviz Shahbazov on his Twitter page.

"In Romania, we discussed the development of bilateral energy cooperation with Rosen Hristov - the Minister of Energy of Bulgaria. By the end of the year, 19 percent of Bulgaria's natural gas needs will be provided by Azerbaijan," the publication says.

Tensions on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border are escalating

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BLACKSEA-CASPIA

During the night of September 12-13, the situation at the Armenian-Azerbaijani state border worsened significantly. According to the official information of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan, on September 12, units of the Armenian armed forces carried out large-scale provocations along the Azerbaijani-Armenian state border. The sabotage groups of the armed forces of Armenia mined the sections between the positions of the Azerbaijani military units and the supply roads.

The IGB gas pipeline with progress in the procedure for issuing a license for operation in Greece

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DIANA ZAYKOVA

Procedures for commissioning the Greece-Bulgaria interconnector on October 1 are progressing according to schedule. The implementation of the project is in the final stage of realization and administrative procedures for issuing the relevant licenses for exploitation and right of use are running in parallel in both countries.

Azerbaijan and Bulgaria discussed the possibility of exchanging electricity for natural gas

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LYAMAN ZEYNALOVA

Azerbaijan and Bulgaria discussed the possibility of exchanging electricity for natural gas, the Azerbaijani and Bulgarian media reported.

The issue was discussed during the meetings of the acting Minister of Economy and Industry - Nikola Stoyanov in Baku.

Azerbaijan names planned volume of gas export to Bulgaria

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KYAMRAN HASAMOV

A meeting between the Minister of Economy and Industry of Bulgaria Nikola Stoyanov and Minister of Economy Parviz Shahbazov took place, Trend reports via Shahbazov's Twitter.

"We discussed the commercial commissioning of IGB Gas Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria and the gas supply to Bulgaria within the expansion of the TAP Trans Adriatic Pipeline. It is predicted that approximately 600 million cm of gas will be exported to Bulgaria by the end of the year," he stated.

Azerbaijan becomes a crucial element of Europe's energy security

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BLACKSEA-CASPIA

“ Azerbaijan was the first country to invite foreign leading energy companies to cooperate in the Caspian Sea. We have established strategic oil pipelines to Turkey's port on the Mediterranean Sea and Georgia's port on the Black Sea, which have changed the energy map of Europe by diversifying energy supplies to the world market," said the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, in his speech on "Azerbaijan's Role in energy security" at the International Forum held in Cernobbio, Italy, on September 2, 2022.

TAP’s expansion could contribute to Europe’s energy transition – managing director

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LYAMAN ZEYNALOVA

Trans Adriatic Pipeline’s (TAP) expansion could contribute to Europe’s energy transition, Luca Schieppati, TAP Managing Director, said, addressing the Gastech Exhibition and Conference, Trend reports.

“TAP’s expansion capacity is offered to the market through regular market tests. The 2021 market test is in progress with its first binding phase taking place in November,” he noted.

Schieppati went on to add that the industry is now focused on hydrogen to achieve carbon neutrality.