Algeria increases natural gas exports to Slovenia

Algeria increases natural gas exports to Slovenia
Algeria increases natural gas exports to Slovenia

This Monday, Sonatrach signed an important agreement with the company Geoplin. This agreement makes it possible to increase exports of natural gas to Slovenia. The gas will be transported via the gas pipeline linking Algeria to Italy.

The signing of the agreement took place at the headquarters of the Presidency of the Republic. The ceremony took place under the supervision of Abdelmadjid Tebboune, President of the Republic. Robert Golob, Prime Minister of Slovenia, was also present.

Sonatrach published a press release detailing the agreement. This agreement is part of a natural gas purchase and sale contract between the two companies. The main objective is to increase the quantities of natural gas supplied to Slovenia. The gas transits via the gas pipeline linking Algeria to Italy, thus strengthening the existing infrastructure.

According to Sonatrach, this agreement constitutes a major step. It aims to strengthen energy ties between Algeria and Slovenia. Sonatrach emphasizes that this agreement consolidates its position on the Slovenian market. It also meets the growing demand for natural gas in Europe.

The Presence of Algeria on the international scene

Sonatrach said this collaboration strengthens Algeria’s presence on the international energy scene. This also demonstrates Algeria’s commitment to expanding bilateral economic cooperation. The level of this cooperation has now reached a more advanced stage.

This agreement opens new perspectives for Algeria and Slovenia. The demand for natural gas in Europe is constantly increasing. This agreement positions Sonatrach as a key supplier to meet this demand.

Sonatrach, by signing this agreement with Geoplin, is taking a new step in its development. This strategic collaboration benefits both Algeria and Slovenia. It strengthens bilateral relations and ensures better energy security for Slovenia.

Thus, Sonatrach continues to play a crucial role in the international energy market. This agreement demonstrates Algeria’s capacity to respond to global energy challenges. Future collaborations promise even more success and development for both nations.

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