"Meanwhile, good news for Moldova's energy security could come to a firm operating in Georgia. In a discussion held at the think-tank Atlantic Council about the fate of the Eastern Partnership, which includes the Republic of Moldova, American politician John M. Hutsman Jr. talked about the fact that the United States will soon launch a partnership with a company American energy, Frontera Resourses, operating in emerging markets. Moldova was one of the topics of discussion across from Frontera Resourses. "This partnership will help us expand our business through Ukraine over Eastern Europe, in particular to include Georgia and Moldova," said John M. Huntsman Jr.
Established in 1996, Frontera Resourses is a Interntional oil and gas, with a center of interest focused on exploration and production in the emerging markets. Frontera strategy is to seek opportunities in basins known worldwide as purtătorare hydrocarbons, and geopolitical or economic contexts where they went to their isolation in a suburb of interests or a stage of underdevelopment."
Let's not forget that the Georgian Foreign Minister was one of the first to meet Rex Tillerson following his appointment as US Secretary of State and he comes back with a strong statement guaranteeing Georgia's security. Then the US Ambassador has a big pow wow with the Energy Minister with two officials in tow....or was one of them a representative of a large US Oil company?
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