FSU SEEN WITH BIG ROLE TO PLAY IN FUTURE EUROPEAN GAS SUPPLY

European gas demand will grow substantially by 2010, and much of the incremental supply could come from Russia and other republics of the former Soviet Union (FSU). But exploiting the enormous gas reserves of the FSU will require large amounts of capital to build new pipelines and rehabilitate existing gas transmission systems. just as important, at least for the central Asian republics of the Commonwealth of Independent States, will be deciding which markets to target and how to reach them.

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