Chevron is interested in the exploitation of oil shale near Aleksinac Serbia- PM

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said at the US-Serbian Business Forum "Invest in Serbia", held in New Orleans, that Serbia is a reliable and safe destination for investors.Dacic presented investment opportunities in Serbia and changes that are to take place, such...

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Chevron is interested in the exploitation of oil shale near Aleksinac Serbia- PM



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 18.09.2013

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said at the US-Serbian Business Forum "Invest in Serbia", held in New Orleans, that Serbia is a reliable and safe destination for investors.
Dacic presented investment opportunities in Serbia and changes that are to take place, such as the cutting of red tape and tax reform.
The forum was attended by around 50 companies, and the Prime Minister spoke with representatives of the leading companies in the field of ore extraction, such as Freeport-McMoRan Copper and Gold Inc. and Chevron's North America Exploration & Production.
Freeport has gone the longest way in cooperation with Serbia as it already conducts research on the extraction of ore discovered in our country, Dacic said.
According to him, Chevron is interested in the exploitation of oil shale near Aleksinac.
Mayor of New Orleans Mitch Landrieu welcomed this direct way of attracting investment and offered a long-term economic cooperation.
He said that the United States and Serbia have many common interests, which is why it is necessary that the United States improve cooperation through their cities.Government 


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