Bulgaria‘s government has received six indicative offers to use capacity of the gas interconnector that is to be built between Bulgaria and Greece, Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova has said.
These include Bulgaria‘s national gas supplier Bulgargaz, Greece‘s DEPA, Italy’s Edison, Azerbaijan’s SOCAR, US-based Noble Energy (working at Cyprus’s offshore gas deposit), and Greek utility company Gastrade.
Petkova, quoted by the Bulgarian National Radio, has told reporters the interconnector‘s capacity booked through queries, amounting to some 4 billion cubic meters, already exceeds the projected real capacity it is designed to have after completion.
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