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February 26, 2021

Romania can increase electricity supply to Serbia

Romania is ready to supply electricity and coal to Serbia ‘at the best possible prices’ should it be facing an energy crisis during the winter, Serbia’s Energy Minister Aleksandar Antic said.
The statement was made on Monday, the day after Antic’s return from a visit to Romania, where he had talks with his Romanian counterpart Razvan Eugen Nicolescu, according to InSerbia News.
Antic and Nicolescu looked into the possibility for Romania to augment its electricity supply to Serbia during the winter, said the Serbian minister.
The two officials also reached an agreement on cooperation in the energy field, including for the development of a trans-Balkan electricity transmission system by Serbian state-owned company Elektromreze Srbije with partners from Romania and other countries in the region.
Another project addressed by the two ministers is the deployment of an oil pipeline to connect the Constanta and Pancevo Ports. Conpet Ploiesti and Serbian company Transnafta will make an economic analysis of the project viability in the next three months.

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