Workshop to outline perspectives for the future of gas in the Western Balkans

24 May in Vienna

An event focusing on gas infrastructure projects in the Western Balkans has been long awaited by the stakeholder community. Due to the lack of infrastructure, gas remains an untapped energy source in the Western Balkans. Serbia is the only country with a significant level of gas penetration, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina are gasified partially, whilst Albania, Kosovo* and Montenegro do not have a gas market for now. All the Western Balkan countries have significant gas infrastructure development plans, some driven by improving security of supply, others by potential gas source diversification or mere creation of gas networks.

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