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Can Greece jump on the gas-transit train?

Greece hopes to exploit natural gas pipelines crossing its territory to export its own volumes to Europe

Greece must wait several years to learn whether the Mediterranean Sea will endow the country with natural gas supplies on a par with those off Egypt. But that doesn't mean that people aren't talking about gas. Far from it. "We are in the middle of huge investment in gas," Greek deputy energy minister Michalis Verroiopoulos told Petroleum Economist. "This is in both international projects and the domestic market. There's a big space for natural gas in Greece." The minister was speaking on the sidelines of a conference, in the port city of Thessaloniki, that focussed on energy market transition and security in south-east Europe. Greece's interest is both in securing diverse and dependable so

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