As of 2011, Bulgaria’s natural gas reserves are huge and are estimated at 480 billion cubic meters, which is enough for the country’s domestic needs for today’s consumption for 150 years.

According to bourgas.ru, according to 2011 data, natural gas reserves in Bulgaria are huge and are estimated at 480 billion cubic meters, which is enough for the country’s domestic needs for today’s consumption for 150 years. This was stated by the chairman of the Bulgarian Energy and Mining Forum – Ivan Khinovsky.

“There is an in-depth analysis of a large American company for gas reserves in Bulgaria. This geological record has been hidden since 2011. As of 2011, Bulgaria has gas reserves of 480 billion m3. These figures are within the optimistic forecast,” he said.

According to him, blue fuel reserves are located in the Chirensky district.

“The question is why since 2011 these results have been of concern to many geopolitical lobbies in Bulgaria and around the world. In 2012, we adopted a memorandum to ban shale gas production. In my opinion, this is not accidental, ”Hinowski said.

“We ordered these studies. They started in 2007-2008 and ended in 2011. They show the presence of gas fields in northwestern Bulgaria. The ban on shale gas comes from Gazprom. Because he is very worried about these figures,” said the energy expert.

According to him, the protests against shale gas in Dobruja a few years ago were a delusion and a distraction from the formation of Etropole.

“Chemicals are no longer used in shale gas production, which was a major problem. No chemicals are used. The point is that we do not know our resources. This message scared the monopolist. Bulgaria can become independent,” concluded Ivan Khinovski.

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