Greece-FYROM Energy Relations are About to be Significantly Upgraded

Greece-FYROM Energy Relations are About to be Significantly Upgraded

Greece-FYROM energy relations are about to be significantly upgraded with infrastructure that will make Greece a key factor in the energy supply of the neighboring state and the wider region.
The new projects include the construction of a gas pipeline from Thessaloniki to Skopje and the upgrading of the electricity interconnection of the two countries, while there are good prospects for the trade of electricity and liquid fuels.
Hellenic Petroleum (ELPE) has controlled the majority of OKTA Skopje refinery since 1999, which as of 2002 it has been interconnected with the Hellenic Petroleum Refinery in Thessaloniki via a fuel pipeline.

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