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RWE begins supplying gas to Slovakia

GAS PRODUCER RWE began supplying natural gas to Slovakia in August 2008. RWE Gas Slovensko, a subsidiary of the Czech company RWE Transgas, is offering to supply natural gas to clients consuming more than 4 gigawatt hours per year, the company told the ČTK newswire in an October 21 press release.“RWE still continues to look for new opportunities in the Central and Eastern European region, and expanding into the Slovak market is a natural enhancement of the operations of RWE,” Martin Herrmann, chairman of the board of RWE Transgas, said.

GAS PRODUCER RWE began supplying natural gas to Slovakia in August 2008. RWE Gas Slovensko, a subsidiary of the Czech company RWE Transgas, is offering to supply natural gas to clients consuming more than 4 gigawatt hours per year, the company told the ČTK newswire in an October 21 press release.
“RWE still continues to look for new opportunities in the Central and Eastern European region, and expanding into the Slovak market is a natural enhancement of the operations of RWE,” Martin Herrmann, chairman of the board of RWE Transgas, said.

RWE has been operating in Slovakia for five years through the power distributor Východoslovenská Energetika (VSE), which supplies electricity to more than 500,000 clients.

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