Italy seeks to increase its energy imports from Algeria.. Studying gas transportation through pipelines

Italy seeks to increase its energy imports from Algeria.. Studying gas transportation through pipelines
Italy seeks to increase its energy imports from Algeria.. Studying gas transportation through pipelines
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Italian Prime Minister Giorga Meloni said yesterday that her country aims to increase energy exports from Algeria, which is a reliable partner.
On Sunday evening, Meloni arrived in Algeria on a working and friendship visit, the first since she took office.
Meloni said in a joint press conference with Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, “Algeria is a reliable and strategically important partner. My visit coincides with the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Good Neighborliness, which was signed on January 27, 2003 here in Algiers.”
And she continued, “Italy intends to achieve a partnership with Algeria that allows the two countries to nurture their prospects for the future, and to contribute to achieving stability in the Mediterranean region. There is a goal of increasing energy exports from Algeria to Italy, and thus from Algeria to Europe. By studying the possibility of transferring existing gas and achieving a gas pipeline.” A new one that also allows the transportation of hydrogen and the power line under the sea, as well as liquefied gas.
Meloni highlighted that Algeria is making important facilitations in the field of investment, pointing out that Italian companies are ready to invest, especially in the field of energy, as Algeria can become a pioneer on the African and global levels in the supply of gas.
It is noteworthy that Italy and other countries in the European Union are seeking to obtain gas and oil from other countries to compensate for Russia’s cut off supplies in response to the sanctions imposed by the bloc on Moscow following its military intervention in Ukraine.
For his part, the Algerian president confirmed that the pipeline that will connect Algeria to Sardinia will be private, indicating that its completion period will be short and will transport gas, hydrogen, ammonia and electricity.
He said, “We agreed on it and signed the agreement, on the basis of the beginning of the study and then completion. It is a very important “pipeline completion” project that makes Italy a distributor of these energies across Europe.”

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