Gazprom gas deliveries to Romania down 18%, ministry says

October 2014
Energy Today (Hungary);10/9/2014, p4
The article reports on the 18% decline in gas delivery volume from Russian gas company Gazprom to Romania, according to Romania's Ministry of Energy.


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