Romanian Authority for Energy Regulation (ANRE) believes that Romania needs to decide urgently whether it wants to use the Black Sea gas in the domestic industry or it just wants to obtain revenues from the transit of natural gas through its territory.
Vice-President of ANRE Zoltan Nagy-Bege stressed that it is crucial to know how Romania’s economy will look like in 2030 or 2050 and a possible energy strategy relying on this economic vision is needed. Because it is one thing to have a few million energy consumers and to shape the energy system on household consumption, or to have a service-based economy and it is entirely another thing if you want to develop an industrial sector that consumes significant amounts of energy.
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Tags: ANRE, Black Sea, gas, Romania