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DEPA – Dimosia Epichirisi Paroxis Aeriou
(ΔΕΠΑ – Δημόσια Επιχείρηση Παροχής Αερίου)
Public Gas Corporation
Industry Natural gas
Founded 1988
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Area served
SE Europe
Key people
Giorgos Spanoudis (Chairman)
Products Natural gas
Revenue Increase €602.9 million (2014)
Increase €186.6 million (2014)
Total assets Increase €896.8 million (2014)
Total equity Increase €472.2 million (2014)
Owner Government of Greece (65%)
Hellenic Petroleum (35%)
Number of employees
65 (2014)
Parent DESFA
Website .gr.depawww

DEPA (Dimosia Epichirisi Paroxis Aeriou, }

}}: Δημόσια Επιχείρηση Παροχής Αερίου – ΔΕΠΑ; English: Public Gas Corporation) is the public natural gas supply corporation of Greece. It operates within the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Development. In 2005, in order to liberalise the natural gas market, DESFA SA was created as a fully owned subsidiary to transport natural gas within Greece. Since then, DEPA sells gas to large consumers and to the gas supply companies. Natural gas is imported by pipelines from Bulgaria and Turkey and by liquefied natural gas at the Revithoussa LNG Terminal.

Gas distribution companies of DEPA

  • ΕDA Attica : (Gas Distribution Company of Attica)
  • ΕDA Thessaloniki: (Gas Distribution Company of Thessaloniki)
  • ΕDA Thessaly: (Gas Distribution Company of Thessaly)

External links

  • Official website
  • Website of DESFA

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