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Construction Deadline For Turkish stream
5.05.2015 00:03
Construction Deadline For Turkish stream
(Source: http://ubr.ua/market)

The last, fourth, gas pipeline of the “Turkish Stream” will be built by 2020. This was stated by the Deputy Chairman of the Board of “Gazprom” Aleksandr Medvedev, as TASS reports. According to him, the work goes according to the schedule both in the marine part of the “Turkish stream” and in the ground one. They are now preparing an intergovernmental agreement between Russia and Turkey, as well as a plan of work for investigations at both sites.

      “The construction deadline is very simple: the volumes intended for the “Turkish Stream” will be transited through it by 2020” – Medvedev said. He speaks about 14 billion cubic meters of gas for Turkey and about 50 billion cubic meters for Europe. Medvedev also told that “Gazprom” was ready to start gas deliveries through the “Eastern Corridor” (the pipeline “The Power of Siberia” with the capacity of 30 billion cubic meters per year) to China in four years.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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