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Self sufficiency: A worker does routine checks at a gas processing plant using the rich resources from the Black Sea in Romania. The country is taking a decisive step to ensure its energy security at a time when gas supplies are threatened by the war in Ukraine. — AFP

PARIS: Gas now flows to Romania from a new Black Sea platform operating in waters where mines and warships have been spotted.

The dangerous reminders of the war raging nearby in Ukraine underscore Romania’s determination to cut its reliance on Russian natural gas imports.

With fears growing across the European Union (EU) that Moscow will cut gas shipments in retaliation for EU support to Ukraine, countries are scrambling to find alternative supplies.

“Romania is taking a decisive step to ensure its energy security, at a time when international gas supplies are threatened by the war in Ukraine,” prime minister Nicolae Ciuca said as he inaugurated a processing plant belonging to Black Sea Oil & Gas (BSOG) in the south-eastern village of Vadu.

While Romania has significant reserves on land and at sea, it still has to turn to Russia in winter to cover around 20% of its consumption.

Backed by American private equity firm Carlyle Group LP and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, BSOG began two weeks ago to tap into underwater deposits, becoming the first new offshore Black Sea development in the past 30 years.

The platform extracts three million cubic metres of gas per day. It is due to recover one billion cubic metres per year for 10 years, or around 10% of Romania’s needs.

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“Today we are facing an emergency in terms of energy supply. We must put our old devils in the closet and start producing locally,” said Thierry Bros, an expert on energy and the climate at Sciences Po university.

“We must relaunch the projects in the Black Sea, relaunch the growth of production in Norway, in the United Kingdom we must think of launching the production of shale gas and in France the production of mine gas” he told AFP.

In Vadu, BSOG chief executive Mark Beacom said he hoped that the “state-of-the-art” infrastructure put in place by his company will be used for future gas or renewable energy projects in the Black Sea.

But the invasion of neighbouring Ukraine by Russia has complicated the situation.

“We are not in a war zone, but we are close enough and it clearly has an impact,” he said.

“We’ve had mines detected close to the platform, we’ve had warships that go close to our platform and we’ve had airplanes circling our platform,” he added.

BSOG holds two concessions about 120 kms from the Romanian coast, part of which, ironically, was recovered in 2009 by Bucharest from Ukraine, following a decision by the International Court of Justice in The Hague.

While Romania is counting on offshore gas reserves estimated at 200 billion cubic metres of gas, investors nevertheless remain cautious.

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