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Azerbaijan accounts for 29.4% of Georgia's electricity imports

in 2020, Azerbaijan was Georgia’s largest electricity supplier, accounting for 45% or 726 million kWh of the country’s total electricity import.

Azerbaijan accounts for 29.4% of Georgia's electricity imports

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Tbilisi, September 22 - Neftegaz.RU. Azerbaijan accounts for 29.4% of Georgia's total electricity imports for January-August 2021, Azertag has reported.
During the reported period, Azerbaijan exported 505.4 million kWh of electricity to neighboring Georgia.

It should be noted that Georgia imported a total of 11.7 billion kWh of electricity during the 1st 8 months of the year.
Russia was Georgia's main electricity supplier with 1.4 billion kWh of electricity imported to Georgia.
Georgia transmitted 163.6 million kWh of electricity from Azerbaijan to Turkey during January-August 2021.

Furthermore, during the reported period, Georgia imported 858,100 m3 of natural gas from Azerbaijan, which is by 19.1% less than during the corresponding period of 2020.
Moreover, Azerbaijan increased oil and oil products exports to Georgia by 0.7% to a total of 148,500 tons in the 1st 8 months of the year.

The trade turnover between the 2 countries increased by $154.9 million during the period of January-August 2021.
The volume of the turnover amounted to $532.4 million, with exports accounting for $469.5 million and imports for $62.8 million.

Azerbaijan was Georgia’s main bitumen supplier in 2020, accounting for 63.8% of this country's total imports of bitumen.
At the same time, Azerbaijan was the largest diesel fuel supplier to Georgia in 2020 as well, accounting for 19.4 % of total imports.

Author: Ayya Lmahamad

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