Deputy Government Spokesman Victoras Papadopoulos said the MoU provides for cooperation in exchanging information, expertise, and experience on hydrocarbons, energy infrastructure, energy network management, liquefied fuel reserves, and the protection of the environment.
It also provides for investigating the possibility of exporting natural gas from Cyprus to Jordan, and the exchange of information, expertise, knowledge, and training regarding the installation and operation of renewable energy systems, saving energy, and the energy performance of buildings.
The MoU was signed in Amman on September 9.
Papadopoulos noted that the agreement with Jordan was proof that the Republic of Cyprus and the government were proceeding with their plans regarding energy matters.
Source: Financial Mirror