Romania’s Black Sea gas reserves could challenge Gazprom’s dominant supplier status in role Central and Eastern Europe
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Romania’s Black Sea gas reserves could challenge Gazprom’s dominant supplier status in role Central and Eastern Europe

Romania’s Black Sea gas reserves could challenge Gazprom’s dominant supplier status in role Central and Eastern Europe, according to a report by consultancy Deloitte. The Neptun Deep project is designed to tap into a field holding up to 84 billion cubic meters of gas, earning Romania’s government $26 billion over the next two decades. This production could eventually supply Ukraine.

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