Romania aims to cut Russia gas reliance

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,An employee walks past facilities of a gas processing plant using the rich gas resources from the Black Sea is pictured during a press tour in Vadu, Romania, on June 28. In the village of Vadu, southeastern Romania, precious gas extracted from the Black Sea is making its way through a maze of brand-new pipes, feeding hopes of stepping away from Russian gas once and for all. – AFP pic, July 3, 2022.

GAS now flows to Romania from a new Black Sea platform operating in waters where mines and warships have been spotted.

The dangerous reminders of the war raging nearby in Ukraine underscore Romania’s determination to cut its reliance on Russian natural gas imports.