TURKEY: GAS MEGA HUB
Turkey is on its way to becoming the main hub for energy in Europe due to the recent introduction of the Turk Stream in place of South Stream. The elevation of the country's role became feasible after a series of major infrastructure projects that will certainly make Turkey the corridor for the supply of gas into the EU for the coming decades.
Already in terms of oil supply the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline has been operational since 2000 with a capacity of 1 million barrels of oil per day. It is the main axis for the opening up of the Caspian market to the international terminals, elevating Ankara's posture in the West and especially the US, which fervently lobbied for this…
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