May 14, 2014 15:07
GDF Suez still deciding on reverse gas deliveries to Ukraine
BRUSSELS. May 14 (Interfax) - French GDF Suez has yet to decide whether to provide reverse flows of gas to Ukraine, GDF Suez Vice Chairman and President Jean-Francois Cirelli told journalists.
GDF Suez has the capacity and is ready to sell the gas for a good price, he said.
But at present no decision on the issue has been made, he said.
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