BUCHAREST (Romania), November 26 (SeeNews) - Romanian gas transmission company Transgaz [BSE:TGN] said on Friday that it is has signed a 220 million lei ($44 million/50 million euro) loan deal with local lender Banca Comerciala Romana (BCR).
Transgaz will use the loan to finance and/or refinance an investment project in northeast Romania for the enhancement of gas supply in the area and to ensure transmission capacities to and from Moldova, it said in a statement filled with the Bucharest Stock Exchange on Thursday.
The loan was granted for a period of 12 years.
In October, Transgaz signed a 360 million lei loan deal with BCR to finance the development of the National Gas Transmission System in the northeastern part of Romania, on the Onesti – Gheraesti – Letcani route. The loan will also support the completion of the interconnection between the NGTS and international gas transmission pipeline T1, as well as reverse flow at Isaccea Phase II, between Onesti and Silistea, the company said at the time.
In mid-July, Transgaz announced that it is borrowing 300 million lei from local lender Banca Transilvania to finance its working capital needs. The loan contract has a duration of two years.
Transgaz shares traded 0.86% lower at 230.5 lei on the Bucharest Stock Exchange as at1109 CET on Friday.
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