"Georgia now has the opportunity to increase its importance to NATO and European energy security with its strategic location bordering the organization’s easternmost member, Turkey, as well as Russia’, - Cohen notes."
" The south Kakheti find can supply Turkey, Romania, Ukraine and European markets farther west. As these gas resources are brought to market, Georgia could export gas via a small-scale LNG terminal located on the Georgian Black Sea coast, or via the Main Export Pipeline to Turkey and TANAP’."
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