Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee and Johannes Teyssen, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of E.ON held a meeting in Berlin last week.
The meeting addressed the current issues of the cooperation in the gas industry, such as gas supply as well as joint production and transmission. Special attention was paid to operation of the Nord Stream gas transmission system, Gazprom statement reveals.
It was pointed out that in excess of 30 billion cubic meters of gas had been supplied via the gas pipeline starting this year showing a 50 per cent surplus versus the respective period of 2013, when the gas export via Nord Stream had been around 20 billion cubic meters.
The meeting participants stressed the significant role of the gas pipeline in diversifying the routes of energy supply to European consumers as well as in enhancing their security through mitigating transit risks.
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