Gazprom and Itera Holding Companies sign protocol with Mongolia

Dec 22, 2000 01:00 AM

A protocol was signed as a result of negotiations among the Mongolian Infrastructure Ministry, Gazprom and Itera Holding Companies. The Russian delegation headed by Gazprom Deputy CEO Petr Rodionov and President of Itera Holding Valery Otchertsov arrived in Ulan-Bator on December 18 on an invitation of the government of Mongolia. The delegation conducted negotiations with the Mongolian Infrastructure Minister and discussed future collaboration in the fuel and energy sphere.
The Mongolian side showed interest in Russia's supplies of household liquefied gas and other Russian oil products. In addition, the two sides discussed the possibility of participating in joint investment and privatisation projects.

Source: RosBusinessConsulting
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