Energy strategy: Romania will be out of gas for over 14 years if the Black Sea deposits are not taken Romania's gas reserves will be exhausted over the next 14 years,
Energy strategy: Romania will be out of gas for over 14 years if the Black Sea deposits are not taken
Romania’s gas reserves will be exhausted over the next 14 years, and the exploitation of the Black Sea deposits is a sine qua non condition to continue to stake on this resource in the country’s energy mix, according to the draft Energy Strategy of Romania 2018 – 2030, 2050 perspective, published on the Energy Ministry website on Thursday. „In order to avoid a significant increase in dependence on imports, even if they are available from sources and alternative routes, it is necessary to develop the offshore deposits discovered in recent years in the Black Sea. This is a sine qua non condition to be able to bet on natural gas in the electricity mix „, according to the strategy.
Energy Strategy: Romania has coal reserves for 104 years, but their exploitation is impossible
Romania’s coal resources would be sufficient for 104 years, but their exploitation is impossible, being economically inefficient, so that four of the five groups in Deva will be closed down, the draft of Romania’s Energy Strategy 2018 – 2030, with the perspective 2050, published Thursday on the website of the Ministry of Energy.
The Ministry of Energy published the draft Energy Strategy of Romania 2018-2030 with the perspective of 2050
On Thursday, the Ministry of Energy published the draft Energy Strategy of Romania 2018-2030 with the perspective of 2050, a document that will be approved by Government decision after the environmental permit, representatives of the ministry told AGERPRES.
CExN of PSD is analyzing today the request for the resignation of Liviu Dragnea from the positions held
The National Executive Committee (CExN) of the Social Democratic Party meets today at the Parliament Palace, the central topic of discussion being the public approach taken by several leaders of the party through an open letter calling for the resignation of Liviu Dragnea from the positions the PSD chairman and the head of the Chamber of Deputies, and the provision of the interim to the head of the party by Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă, executive president of the Social Democrats.