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Gazprom keeps gasifying Karelia

13 Apr '10
Gazprom has plans to connect to gas lines more than 1,200 households in Karelia over the next few years, Karelian regional officials announced.

The cost of further gasification work has yet to be specified. Between 2006 and now the gas monopoly reportedly put up more than $15m to that end in the region.
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