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Athens News Agency: News in English, 09-01-11

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Gov't: No issue of natgas shortage
  • [02] Olympiakos extends lead over PAOK

  • [01] Gov't: No issue of natgas shortage

    New Development Minister Costis Hatzidakis on Sunday reiterated that the government is confident of the country's natgas reserves and supply. Hatzidakis, speaking to a state-run TV network, also said that preparation of a tender for construction of a new natural gas condensation unit on the islet of Revythoussa will ensure even more supplies and energy security.

    Hatzidakis said he will take part on Monday in an off-the agenda EU energy ministers' summit, expected to focus on the issue of energy security, especially in the wake of the recent natural gas supply crisis.

    "We are closely monitoring the issue. A vessel carrying liquefied natural gas , which arrived on Sunday, will cover our needs until the beginning of next week. Nevertheless, the crisis indicates the need not to depend to just one source and one supplier. Anyway, this is our national energy mode," he added.

    Caption: The gauge indicates satisfactory pressure in the pipeline forwarding Russian natural gas from Ukraine at the receiving station of Mol Natural Gas Transporting Corp. in Beregdaroc, 302 kms east of Budapest, Hungary, near the Ukrainian border, 03 January 2009. On 03 January 2009 Hungary received the normal amount of natural gas imported from Russia although Ukraine has decreased the amount of Russian gas destined for Europe and transited through Ukraine after Russian gas monopoly Gazprom fully cut gas deliveries to Ukraine due to disputes over the pricing for 2009 as of 01 January. ANA-MPA/ EPA/ATTILA BALAZS

    [02] Olympiakos extends lead over PAOK

    PAOK Thessaloniki lost ground on Sunday in its bid to keep up with league-leading Olympiakos Piraeus, losing to AEK Athens away 1-0 a day after Olympiakos edged Xanthi at home 2-1 in an unconvincing win.

    In other results over the weekend in Greek Superleague play:

    Panthrakikos Komotini - Panathinaikos Athens 1-3

    Panionios Athens - Panserraikos Serres 2-0

    Thrasyvoulos Athens - Levadiakos Livadia 2-1

    Larissa - Asteras Tripolis 2-1

    OFI Crete - Iraklis Thessaloniki 2-3

    Aris Thessaloniki - Ergotelis Crete 0-0

    Standings (after 17 matches)

    Olympiakos 42

    PAOK 33

    Panathinaikos 33

    AEK 28

    Panionios 25

    Larissa 25

    Aris 24

    Xanthi 22

    Panthrakikos 22

    Iraklis 22

    Ergotelis 20

    Levadiakos 19

    Asteras Tripolis 14

    Thrasyvoulos 12

    Panserraikos 11

    OFI 11

    Caption:AEK striker Rafik Djebbour(R) and PAOK's defender Marcos Antonio are chasing the ball at the match AEK-PAOK for the Greek Superleague held at the Athens Olympic Stadium (OAKA) on Sunday 11 January 2009.ANA-MPA/GIORGOS MATTHEOS


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