5th IGU PGC C Meeting (Triennium 2006-2009)

Duomo di Milano, which sits at the heart of the city of Milan




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Meeting Documents



Group Photo

from Right  to Left:

Dr. Mohd. Farid M. Amin (ASCOPE Gas Centre, Malaysia; Chairman PGC C), Ms. Małgorzata Czapka (PGNiG, Poland), Ms. Joanna Książek (PGNiG, Poland), Dr. Henyo Barretto (Petrobras, Brazil), Mr. Robert Bošnjak (EIHP, Croatia), Ms. Mileva Cvetković (JP Srbijagas, Serbia), Mr. Johann Gallistl (OMV Gas & Power, Austria), Mr. Artem Skubriy (JSC Gazprom, Russian Federation), Mr. Dmitry Burlaev (JSC Gazprom, Russian Federation), Mr. Juan de Urraza (Transportadora Gas del Sur, Argentina), Mr. Konstantin Fedorov (JSC Gazprom, Russian Federation), Mr. Marco Gianninoto (ENI S.p.A., Italy), Mr. Carlo Merrigi (ENI S.p.A., Italy), Mr. Rashdan Radzi (PETRONAS, Malaysia; Secretary PGC C)


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