Gazprom to Exit Greek Trading Joint Venture

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Russia’s Gazprom is expected to sell its 50% in Greek trading joint venture Prometheus Gas to privately owned Copelouzos Group in a couple of weeks, a source close to the deal tells Energy Intelligence. The sale, which was on the agenda of Gazprom’s board meeting on Jan. 27, represents the loss of another Gazprom asset in Europe as the one-year anniversary of Russia’s war in Ukraine approaches.

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