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Construction of Underwater Part of Turkish Stream Completed

On November 19, officially finishes the construction of the underwater part of the Turkish Stream, which runs under the Black Sea. Vladimir Putin will arrive…

Gazprom Builds 95% of Offshore Part of Turkish Stream Gas Pipeline

Gazprom has built 95% of the offshore section of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline, the company said in a press release. “To date, 1,775 km…

Novak urges to speed up construction of gas pipelines bypassing Ukraine

Russian Energy Minister considers it necessary to speed up the construction of the Nord Stream-2 and Turkish Stream gas pipelines bypassing Ukraine in order to…

Half of offshore section of Turkish Stream already ready

Gazprom has built 930 km or 50% of the offshore part of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline, the gas holding said. “On March 6, 50%…

Gazprom increases Turkish Stream investment estimate to $7bn

Gazprom increases the investment estimate for construction of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline to $7 bln, Deputy CEO of the Russian holding Andrei Kruglov said…

Gazprom to double investment in Turkish Stream project in 2018

Russia’s Gazprom planst to double its investment in Turkish Stream project amounting to 182,4 bln rubles ($ 3,222 bln) this year. Report informs, last year the…

Gazprom announces forecast for exports to Europe

Gazprom expects annual exports to Europe in the amount of 188 bcm of its gas in the period until 2020, Bloomberg reports, referring to the…

Gazprom and Turkey Consider Signing Protocol of Turkish Stream

Construction of one of the most important pipelines of Gazprom, which will strengthen the position of Russian gas in the European market, is at the…

Gazprom starts laying 2nd thread of Turkish Stream pipe

Russian gas giant Gazprom has started laying the second thread of the Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline, Vedomosti business daily reported on Wednesday quoting a…

Russia Discussing Entry Point to EU with Greece and Bulgaria

Russia is discussing the entry point of the Turkish Stream to Europe with Greece and Bulgaria, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev told journalists in Istanbul…

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