Schroeder who heads a Russian-German consortium which oversees the construction of the North European Gas Pipeline, was quoted by the German the business daily Handelsblatt that North Africa and Iran could serve as major gas suppliers for Europe besides Russia.
What does NEGP stand for?
NEGP stands for North European Gas Pipeline
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We have 3 other meanings of NEGP in our Acronym Attic
- National Energy Group, Inc. (Dallas, TX)
- National Electronic Gaming League
- Not Even Gonna Lie
- Negotiated Fares
- National e-Governance Plan (India)
- National Education Goals Panel
- Net Endogenous Glucose Production
- Non-Enzymatic Glycation of Protein
- Non-Evaporable Getter Pump
- North European Gas Pipeline Company
- Negative Report Submitted
- New England Girls' School (New Souh Wales, Australia)
- New England Guitar Society (Milford, CT)
- Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology (Kenya)
- New Generation of Solar Thermal Systems (heating term)
- National Energy & Gas Transmission, Inc. (formerly the PG&E National Energy Group, Inc.; Bethesda, MD)
- Nawkaw Emulsion Gloss Treatment (masonry)
- National Expert Group on Transboundary Air Pollution (UK)
- New Essential Guide to Characters (book)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It is exactly in this context that the North European Gas Pipeline (Nord Stream) should be seen.
ON Ruhrgas, the only non-Russian firm to have a seat on Gazprom's board, is part of a Russian-German group building the 9 bn North European Gas Pipeline, which by 2010 will allow Russia to bypass Poland by sending gas to Europe under the Baltic Sea.
By investing in the development of Siberian gas fieelds and in the construction of the North European Gas Pipeline with partner Gazprom, BASF is creating additional growth potential and helping to ensure long-term energy supplies to Europe.
4billion North European Gas pipeline from the Baltic Sea to the east coast of Britain.
By 2010 the North European Gas Pipeline (NEGP) being built under the Baltic Sea will pump 55 BCM/y of Russian gas to Germany and other North European countries.
The North European Gas Pipeline, or Nord Stream, is due to snake along the seabed over an area covered with hundreds of thousands of unexploded mines and munitions dating as far back as World War I.