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Athens News Agency: News in English, 07-08-09

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  • [01] Natgas supply from Bulgaria restored

  • [01] Natgas supply from Bulgaria restored

    The regulatory authority for Greece's natural gas network (DESFA) on Thursday announced that natural gas supply via Bulgaria has been fully restored, following an accident earlier in the week on the Bulgarian side.

    According to a press release, both gas flow and relevant pipeline pressure were within prescribed limits at the Sidirokastro monitoring station in northern Greece.

    Natural gas supplies in the east Mediterranean country during the three-day suspension in supply from Bulgaria were replaced by the liquefied natural gas terminal at Revythoussa, an islet in the Saronic Gulf between the greater Athens area and the island of Salamina.

    Caption: A natural gas-fuelled power station in Thessaloniki is shown in this file photo, dated, Friday, Dec. 8, 2006. ANA-MPA / T. MARKOU.

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