Diversified import and balanced management of gas flows create foundation for successful activities and sustainable development of the Company.
Share of natural gas in total supply of energy resources is about 40%. Gas is the most widely consumable primary energy resource in Georgia.
Transit of gas in Georgia is provided by two gas pipelines – the South Caucasus Pipeline (SCP) and the North-South Main Gas Pipeline (NSMP).
The South Caucasus Pipeline also known as Baku-Tbilisi-Erzerum Gas Pipeline transits gas produced from Shah Deniz field from Azerbaijan to Turkey. The pipeline length is 692 km, the length of the Georgian section is 249 km. The design throughput of the pipeline is 20 billion cubic meters per year. SCP mainly lies parallel to BTC pipeline.
The North-South Main Gas Pipeline (NSMP) transits Russian gas to Armenia. The length of the Georgian section of NSMP is 234 km and its design throughput is 12 billion cubic meters per year.
The natural gas transport infrastructure registered on the balance of West Gulf Petroleum is transferred to GGTC within the Lease Agreement signed between West Gulf Petroluem and the latter.