Offshore law, sent back to committees, at UDMR request On Wednesday, the Chamber of Deputies decided at the request of UDMR to send the offshore law on the exploitation of natural
Offshore law, sent back to committees, at UDMR request
On Wednesday, the Chamber of Deputies decided at the request of UDMR to send the offshore law on the exploitation of natural gas from the Black Sea to the commissions, although it had a final report of the specialized commissions and the deputies were to give a final vote. The UDMR initiative is at least surprising, considering that the PSD on Tuesday made it possible for many members of the party to make more radical changes. MEPs endorsed 210 votes „for” and one abstention offshore resignation to committees, with a debate a week. The resignation of the law to the commissions was made at the request of Kelemen Hunor, from UDMR, and PSD agreed with this.
Petroleum from the Black Sea: New offshore law makes gas extraction impossible. Companies invite politicians to talk
In the context of the overnight rise in tax, deduction and elimination of the Fiscal Framework, introduced over the last hundred meters in the draft offshore law, oil companies warn MPs that they will not extract the Black Sea gas if the current conditions are maintained . In the context of today’s law to be voted by Parliament, oilists ask politicians to listen to their opinion in the 12th hour before the law that would definitively condemn the exploitation of the huge Black Sea gas resources is adopted.
The establishment of the Joint Investment Fund between KMGI and the Government of Romania could be announced soon (State Secretary)
A delegation of officials from the Romanian Government and several representatives of Romanian energy companies paid a visit to Kazakhstan last week to discuss with KazMunayGas, one of the major investors in Romania, the status of the Memorandum of Understanding concluded in 2013 between KMGI and the Government of Romania, which also provides for the creation of a common investment fund in the energy field, according to state secretary in the Ministry of Energy Robert Tudorache.
Debate: The European Parliament discusses the rule of law and the laws of justice in Romania
A staggering day for Romania, as the rule of law, the laws of justice, the amendment of the criminal codes and the violence of the protest of 10 August are debated today, starting at 10:00, in the plenary of the European Parliament. The Strasbourg talks were preceded by the heated debates in the LIBE Commission, an opportunity for European Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans to issue a tough warning to the authorities in Bucharest regarding the laws of justice, while the European high official referring and the referendum on family redefinition and the intervention of the gendarmerie against peaceful protesters on 10 August. His intervention sparked criticism from PSD leader Liviu Dragnea.