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Gasunie and Gazprom look to partner on Nord Stream pipeline

The companies met in July to discuss collaborating on the Nord Stream pipeline

Dutch infrastructure company Gasunie may join in the further expansion of the Nord Stream gas pipeline. During a meeting in Moscow in early July, its chief executive Han Fennema met his counterpart at Gazprom, Alexei Miller, and they discussed matters of security of gas supply to the European market, and cooperation in development of new gas infrastructure. This would help to secure a stable and affordable energy supply for Europe which Gasunie told Petroleum Economist would include the possibility of joining Nord Stream.  Gazprom has also said that German chemicals giant BASF is also a possible new partner for the existing prospective partners in the project expansions: OMV, Shell and E.ON

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