Russia and Turkey agree to increase Blue Stream gas supplies

Russia and Turkey agree to increase Blue Stream gas supplies

 

Russia and Turkey have confirmed their interests in increasing gas deliveries via the Blue Stream pipeline to three billion cubic meters per year, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said Wednesday."The Turkish side expressed its desire to increase the volume of gas deliveries through Blue Stream to three billion cubic meters a year," Novak said during a Russian-Turkish inter-government commission meeting.Russian gas giant Gazprom and Turkey’s Botas are working on the technical and economic details of the project, he said, adding "Russia and Turkey as a whole are interested in completing this project.""According to initial calculations given to us by Gazprom, deliveries of additional volumes of gas could start at the beginning of 2016," Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz told journalists.

 

Russia and Turkey have confirmed their interest in increasing gas deliveries via the Blue Stream pipeline to three billion cubic meters per year, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Wednesday.

 

"The Turkish side expressed its desire to increase the volume of gas deliveries through Blue Stream to three billion cubic meters a year," Novak said during a Russian-Turkish inter-governmental commission meeting, Sputnik reports.


Russian gas giant Gazprom and Turkey’s Botas are working on the technical and economic details of the project," he said, adding "Russia and Turkey as a whole are interested in completing this project."


"According to initial calculations given to us by Gazprom, deliveries of additional volumes of gas could start at the beginning of 2016," Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz told journalists.

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