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PM Nicolae Ciuca: Natural gas stored nationwide exceeds 80 percent

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The percentage of natural gas storage in national storage facilities has exceeded 80%, and Romania has thus reached the target set by the European Commission for November 1, Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca informed, on Monday, in a Facebook post, according to Agerpres.

„We are continuing the projects already started to ensure Romania’s energy independence, such as the extraction of natural gas from the Black Sea, which covers approximately 10% of the country’s consumption needs. As we promised, we will have sufficient quantities of gas for the winter of 2022 – 2023, so as to protect household consumers, SMEs, the social services and the critical industry,” the prime minister also said.

Agerpres

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