According to the bank website, the project consists of a revolving loan of up to EUR 300 million to the Republic of Moldova under the Resilience and Livelihoods Framework to be on-lent to Energocom to finance emergency gas supply and strategic reserve build up in order to facilitate diversification of gas supply.
The Facility includes two tranches: (i) up to EUR 200 million Emergency Tranche, which will be used in case of gas supply disruption, and (ii) up to EUR 100 million Diversification and Storage Tranche, which will be used to accumulate and store Moldova's strategic gas reserve in Romania or Ukraine, which will also allow to avoid seasonal price spikes and diversify supply routes and sources.
The Project's main objective is to strengthen Moldova's energy security by providing both an emergency and long-term financing mechanisms to mitigate the risk of disruption and maintain access to vital energy services, accumulate strategic gas reserve and support diversification of natural gas suppliers and delivery routes. This is essential to safeguard basic needs and economic livelihoods of the local population as well as refugees from Ukraine.
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Vladimir Sadovoi, Acting General Director
+373( 22) 214133, +373 (22) 223 868
78, Vasile Alecsandri street, MD-2012, Chisinau, Moldova
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