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Construction Of Offshore Sections Of Turkish Stream In Russia Is Completed
November 4, 2017 14:37


Gazprom has completed the construction of offshore sections of two networks of Turkish Stream in Russia.

The construction of the first line of the offshore gas pipeline is continued in the exclusive economic zone of Turkey. "Pioneering Spirit, the world's largest pipe laying and construction vessel, noted this event by laying pipe sections with Russian and Turkish flags in the sea," the press service of the company noted. In total, 448 kilometers of two lines of Turkish stream were built.

Works on laying the pipeline in the sea has been underway since May 7. The first line is intended for gas supplies to Turkish consumers. It is planned to be commissioned in March 2018. The second line is intended for gas supply to the countries of South and South-Eastern Europe (commissioning period - in 2019).

Russian President Vladimir Putin noted that he expressed the hope that the project would be implemented in a short time. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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