Thanks bugsy, i had previously been on georgian version using google translate so wrongly thought page had been taken down. I was in hope that they were renewing that page
Lots of investment in Georgia, Poti being interesting as it where they were in hope of a refinery few years ago and now Iranian and Chinese investments in oil, I might be over optimistic but i think this could well indicate that GG are well aware now of oil potential and just the paper work being finalised and they want plans for infrastructure for when announced.
I think things will come out in a sustained manner when it starts. JV, partner or TO. Confirmation of commercial oil, then infrastructure being built and then gas. I think by end of summer we will be climbing like a mig29 in combat.
My luck changed on a number of shares recently FRR, VOG, Char and SRSP too, not yet reclaimed what i lost on GKP so i am not bragging
Azerbaijan is not the only regional country where China is willing to increase its influence. Georgia is also being targeted by ever larger infusions of Chinese investment. And the government in Tbilisi, for its part, is also pushing to establish a strategic partnership with Beijing. Compared to Azerbaijan, China’s presence in Georgia is more diversified. And China is now one of the latter country’s four largest trading partners.
A particularly important investment project currently under consideration is the possible purchase of 75 percent of the Poti Free Industrial Zone by CEFC China Energy Company Limited. According to the Georgian government, “Given its experience, performance, and expertise, CEFC China Energy Company Limited can make an enormous contribution not only to the development of the Poti Free Industrial Zone, but to the strengthening of Georgia as a transport and logistics hub” (Civil Georgia, January 16).
Looking on the ministry of energy site, This sentence by KK stands out...
"In the near future, we hope that the end of the law of the internal procedures, and we will become a full member of the Energy Community. "- said Kaladze.... So if this is the EU energy law which allows Frontera to open their gas taps fully, Yeah, I'm all for it KK...
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