RUSSIAN - TURKISH STREAM
After the cancellation of the South Stream natural gas pipeline last December due to the EU's blockage of the project, Russia announced an alternative project called the Turkish Stream which will hit the shore on the European side of Turkey near Kıyıköy. The project is planned to have a gas delivery point at Lüleburgaz in the Kirklareli region of Turkey for Turkish customers, while a delivery point at the border crossing between Turkey and Greece in İpsala will serve European customers. The length of the Turkish onshore section will be 180 kilometers (112 miles). The 1,100 kilometer (683 miles) Turkish Stream pipeline will have four lines and an annual capacity of up to 63 billion cubic meters (bcm) of gas. About 16 bcm will be supplied…
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