Tag Archives: Turkey

Turkish Stream Gas Flow to Halt for Annual Maintenance

Russia-to-Turkey natural gas pipeline Turkish Stream will temporarily halt gas flow on June 22-29 on its offshore lines for annual maintenance and routine diagnostics, the project company TurkStream, said today. The works will be carried out by South Stream Transport B.V., the operator of the offshore pipeline system. TurkStream consists …

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Turkey may Drill New Wells in Black Sea

Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Dönmez has said that another exploratory natural gas well could be drilled in a field in the south or west of the Sakarya Gas Field in the Black Sea this year. Turkey on June 4 announced the discovery of 135 billion cubic meters (bcm) …

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Turkey Signals New Natural Gas Discovery in Black Sea

Turkey will conduct new drillings in areas in the Eastern Mediterranean where it sees signs of natural gas, Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Dönmez said Monday. “We think there is potential in the wells we have drilled,” Dönmez told the private broadcaster, A Haber. The minister also signaled new …

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Qatar Is Growing Market for Turkish Contractors

On the back of developing political and economic relations between Qatar and Turkey, the LNG-rich Gulf state has been a growing market for Turkish contractors since 2014, an official of a Turkish consultancy firm has said. Citing data by Engineering News Record, Cigdem Ulug Kutlu, partner Shedu Consulting & International …

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Iran-Turkey Joint Economic Coop. Commission to Convene

The 28th edition of meeting of Iran-Turkey Joint Economic Cooperation Commission will be held on April 28-29 to discuss enhancing and broadening bilateral ties on issues of mutual interests. This meeting will be held in the presence of Chairpersons of Iran-Turkey Joint Economic Cooperation Commission Mahmoud Vaezi Iranian President’s Chief …

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