Gazprom Enters Croatian NGV Market
Gazprom’s delegation paid a visit on Friday to the Republic of Croatia.
As part of the visit a meeting was held between Alexander Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee and Ivan Vrdoljak, Minister of Economy of the Republic of Croatia.
The parties discussed different aspects of the cooperation in the energy sector. Particular attention was paid to the South Stream project implementation in the Republic. In addition, the meeting addressed the issues of Russian natural gas supplies to Croatia, which were resumed in 2012, as well as the use of gas in power generation.
In the presence of Minister of Economy Ivan Vrdoljak, Alexander Medvedev and Mladen Antunovic, Chief Executive Officer of the state-owned LNG Croatia signed a Roadmap to implement projects for natural gas use as a motor fuel in the Republic of Croatia.
The document defines the priority action plan for Gazprom to cooperate with Croatian transportation companies and logistic operators as part of the pilot projects for municipal bus fleets gasification in Croatia.
In addition, an agreement was reached on rendering assistance in obtaining the necessary licenses, permits and admittances for NGV projects as well as promoting the legislative initiatives for creating favorable conditions to develop cooperation.
LNG World News Staff, September 9, 2013; Image: Gazprom