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Gazprom will begin building the offshore section of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline in the coming months, a Gazprom board member said Feb. 28.
Turkish consumers believe high prices and the dependence on foreign sources are the two most important problems in the energy sector, a poll has revealed. ‘The Turkish public’s most preferred energy source is natural gas, and it is sensitive to energy supply security,’ says Professor Volkan Ediger
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
OPEC countries are largely complying with a landmark deal to reduce the global oil glut, the IEA said on Feb. 10, as it predicted that oil demand was likely to be more vigorous than anticipated this year.
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
Israel sees Turkey not only as a big market but also as a major economy in the region, Delek Group’s Gas Pipeline Project Director Ofer Oberlander said Feb. 23.
GE and Gama Energy have signed an agreement to operate the first digital power plant in Turkey, they said in a statement on Feb. 8
Turkey may become an energy exporter in a decade’s time, Turkish Energy Minister Berat Albayrak has said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin approved on Feb. 7 a bill on an agreement between Russian and Turkish governments on the construction of the Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline, TASS News Agency has reported
BAKU – Anadolu Agency
Azerbaijan aims to finalize the Southern Gas Corridor by 2020, Azerbaijani President İlham Aliyev has said
DUBAI - Reuters
Iran has imposed no restrictions on U.S. oil firms willing to participate in energy projects in the country but American sanctions make such cooperation impossible, Iran’s deputy oil minister said on Feb. 6.
Tüpraş said it reached full capacity production and record sales volume with residuum upgrade capacity contribution in 2016 on late Feb. 13.
Russia’s Federation Council, the upper house of parliament, approved a bill on an agreement between Russian and Turkish governments on the construction of the Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline on Feb. 1, TASS News Agency has reported.
Turkey’s Tuz Lake gas storage facility, which is expected to increase capacity from 1.2 billion cubic meters (bcm) to as much as 5 bcm per year, was opened in an official ceremony on Feb. 10 in the Central Anatolian province of Aksaray.
Çalık Enerji, a Çalık Holding-Mitsubishi Corporation partnership, said Feb. 6 it increased its bond issuance amount initially set at 100 million Turkish Liras to 150 million liras due to strong demand.