Turkmenistan to deliver gas to Turkey

Oct 29, 1998 01:00 AM

Turkey and Turkmenistan have signed an intergovernmental agreement on the delivery of 16 billion cubic metres of Turkmen natural gas to Turkey a year.
The two countries plan to increase the deliveries up to 30 bn cm in the perspective.
The agreement to be effective for the next 30 years was initialed in Ashgabad on October 20. It provides for the construction of a trans-Caspian Turkmenistan-Turkey-Europe gas pipeline that will run across the Caspian sea and on via Azerbaijan and Georgia.

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