Report summaryGeorgia is a transit country for Caspian hydrocarbons - Currently oil from Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan crosses the country either via the rail system to Georgia's Black Sea ports, or via the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) oil pipeline to the Mediterranean Sea. Georgia is also transiting Azerbaijani gas through the South Caucasus Pipeline and oil through the Western Route Export Pipeline.All significant Georgian discoveries to date have been made in the South Caspian basin - Most ...
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