Serbian energy market provides investment opportunities, says Alexis Kyriakoulis, Partner from Holman Fenwick Willan, News Serbia Energy
Considering Serbia’s strategic geographic position, we would expect that once the market shows signs of opening up and the economy grows there should be increased interest from foreign players and this could prove a catalyst for rapid implementation of all the necessary measures, says Mr Alexis Kyriakoulis, Partner, Holman Fenwick Willan in an interview for Serbia Energy.
I believe that the Serbian market will continue to provide investment opportunities, particularly in the energy sector, as it seeks to come in line with EU laws e.g. the Third Energy Package. Moreover, as the natural access route into Europe from Greece, if the existing LNG terminal in Greece is increasingly used as a hub for the supply of gas into the south of Europe, then Serbia will become increasingly important for the European energy market (in addition to South Stream).
Complete interview can be accessed here: Link
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