Romanian Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu met with the representatives of Carlyle Group, which subsidiary Black Sea Oil & Gas (BSOG) is operating in Romania, and discussed the developing of their investments in energy in the Black Sea region.
During the meeting, the company’s representatives announced their intentions to move to the production stage for natural gas resources in the Black Sea as soon as possible, but the group is also looking for additional investment opportunities in Romania. PM Grindeanu said that the Government is willing to facilitate access to investors on the Romanian market.
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Tags: Black Sea, Black Sea Oil & Gas, BSOG, Carlyle Group, gas, gas production, Romania