Registration was successful!
Please follow the link from the email sent to

Greece to Become Major European Oil Hub - Hellenic Petroleum CEO

Subscribe
CEO of the country's largest oil company Hellenic Petroleum, Grigoris Stergioulis said that many nations, including Russia and Arab countries, want to use Greece as a hub, and "we are trying very hard to establish kind of cooperation and to gain some time that was lost in the past."

RT TV debates, The New Development Bank: A Stronger Role for BRICS in the Global Financial Architecture, at SPIEF - Sputnik International
Hellenic Petroleum to Benefit From Greece's Membership in BRICS Bank - CEO
ST. PETERSBURG (Sputnik), Anna Liatsou — Greece could become a major hub for distribution of oil resources in Europe, the CEO of the country's largest oil company Hellenic Petroleum told Sputnik Thursday.

"This is our only way through the future and we will do our best in order to establish it. Greece is the door, at least in the Southern Europe, and we are going to use it," Grigoris Stergioulis said, answering Sputnik's question whether Greece could become an oil hub.

Stergioulis said that many nations, including Russia and Arab countries, want to use Greece as a hub, and "we are trying very hard to establish kind of cooperation and to gain some time that was lost in the past."

Moscow and Athens are currently in the final stages of signing a deal on Russian gas supplies through an extension of the Turkish Stream, the proposed natural gas pipeline running from Russia to Turkey via the Black Sea, to the Greek border.

Public Power Corporation (PPC) - Sputnik International
Greece Ready to Cooperate With Russia on Power Units Construction
The planned Turkish-Greek gas hub is expected to pass up to 47 billion cubic meters of natural gas annually.

The extension of the pipeline to Greece was discussed earlier in the day by Russia's energy giant Gazprom head Alexey Miller and Greek Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Tuesday the sides were expected to sign an agreement on the construction of the Turkish Stream extension to Greece during the three-day forum.

Newsfeed
0
To participate in the discussion
log in or register
loader
Chats
Заголовок открываемого материала