Gazprom, Russian Public Joint Stock Company and energy giant will begin gasification of occupied Tskhinvali region’s villages.
A working meeting was held between de-facto South Ossetian President Anatoly Bibilov and Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee Alexei Miller, in St. Petersburg on September 23, as Russian media reports.
Anatoly Bibilov and Alexey Miller examined the course and prospects of cooperation. “In particular, it was a question of exporting gas to South Ossetia, the timing of the gasification project for settlements,” Res, state news agency reported.
The general gasification scheme assumes the gasification of about 200 settlements, the construction of more than 520 km of inter-settlement gas pipelines and 370 km of inter-settlement gas pipelines.
In April 2010, Gazprom and the de-facto South Ossetian government signed a Cooperation Agreement valid until 2029.
Gazprom has developed the General Gasification Scheme for occupied South Ossetia, which involves the gasification of about 200 settlements, the construction of more than 520 km of inter-settlement gas pipelines and 370 km of inter-settlement gas pipelines.