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Following the Russia-Ukraine gas dispute last January, GTE has launched a study to analyze reverse flow capacity needed in Europe. The work will be carried out under the GTE+ structure. The study, due by mid 2009, will seek to identify the necessary investments in Europe to enable technically the reversal of gas flows with a view to ensure a better response to possible supply disruptions in the future.


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