Tag Archives: Turkey

Turkey on Its Way to Become Energy Hub

The natural gas deal with Bulgaria is a step forward in Turkey’s efforts to become an energy hub, Energy Minister Fatih Dönmez has said. “With this agreement, natural gas could be transmitted not only to Bulgaria but other countries via Bulgaria,” Dönmez added. On Jan. 3, Türkiye and Bulgaria signed …

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Turkey Boosts Energy Ambitions with Bulgaria Gas Import Deal

Bulgaria on Tuesday signed a long-term deal to access Turkey’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, a move that could help diversify the region’s gas supply away from Russia and advance Turkey’s aim to be a regional energy hub. The agreement between Bulgaria state-owned gas operator Bulgargaz and Turkish state gas …

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Turkey Announces Big Boost in Black Sea Gas Reserves

Turkey has upped the estimate of its natural gas reserves in the Black Sea by nearly a third, putting its total deposits at 710 billion cubic metres (bcm) in a boost to its aims of increasing its energy independence. Speaking after a cabinet meeting, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey …

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Decision on Gas Hub in Turkey to be Made in 2023

Gazprom is actively working with Turkiye and other market participants on the gas hub in the republic, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said in an interview aired by the Rossiya-24 TV news channel on Friday, adding that the decisions on the hub would be taken in 2023, TASS reports. …

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Bulgaria is Negotiating Long-Term Gas Deal with Turkey

Bulgaria’s acting energy minister arrived in Istanbul for talks that he hopes will lead to an agreement on long-term access to liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in Turkey and gas transit to its border. Executives of Bulgaria’s state gas company Bulgargaz and gas grid operator Bulgartransgaz are also taking part …

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