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Natural gas in Romania

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Romania has proven natural gas reserves of 726 billion cubic meters and is ranked 30th among countries with proved reserves of natural gas. About 75% of Romania's natural gas resources are located in Transylvania, especially in Mureş and Sibiu counties. The largest natural gas field in Romania is the Deleni gas field discovered in 1912 and located in the Băgaciu commune in Mureş County with proven reserves of 85 billion cubic meters or 3 trillion cubic feet. Other important gas fields include the Filitelnic gas field, the Roman-Secuieni gas field, the Voitinel gas field, the Gherceşti gas field and the Sărmaşel gas field all with reserves larger than 10 billion cubic meters or 350 billion cubic feet. Currently Romania has the third largest natural gas reserves in the European Union just after the Netherlands and United Kingdom.
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