Gazprom, Kyrgyz govt to study potential for cooperation in power generation, gas sector
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov 1 (Interfax) - Gazprom and the Kyrgyz government have signed a memorandum on cooperation in developing the country's gas industry, the company said.
The document is aimed at long-term interaction in the gas sector and at studying possible options for cooperating in the electric power industry, Gazprom said in a statement.
Gazprom head Alexei Miller and Kyrgyz Energy Minister Taalaibek Ibraev signed the memorandum during a working meeting.
"The sides discussed the readiness of Kyrgyzstan's gas transport and gas distribution systems for operation during the fall and winter period. It was noted that Gazprom Kyrgyzstan had completed all technical activities at industrial sites," it said.