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Turkey and Tatarstan can work together on energy resources, Economy Turkish Minister Nihat Zeybekci said March 27.
Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız said on March 26 oil deliveries from Iraq via Turkey since the beginning of last year have now totaled some 47 million barrels, worth about $3 billion.
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Turkey’s natural gas imports hit a record high in December, reaching above 5 billion cubic meters (bcm) for the first time ever.
Turkey’s first nuclear power plant is unlikely to be ready before 2022, energy officials said on March 23
A high-level energy dialogue and strategic energy cooperation process has been launched between Turkey and the European Union, both sides announced in a joint statement late on March 17
Russia is using natural gas as a political tool and the United States needs to know if it is “on the same page” with Turkey regarding Russia’s actions, a top U.S. energy envoy has said.
The foundation was laid for the $10 billion Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Project, which will carry Azeri gas to European markets, with the attendance of the presidents of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey
U.S. energy envoy Amos Hochstein urged southeast European states to build new gas links and focus on smaller projects to curb reliance on supplies from Russia, rather than blockbuster pipeline deals
Any decision to build a pipeline to transport Russian gas through Turkey should be made in consultation with the European Union and should not breach pre-existing legal commitments, the European Commission’s energy chief said.
Turkey’s first and second nuclear power plant projects will provide Turkish companies with $16 billion worth of gains, the deputy undersecretary of the country’s Energy and Natural Resources Ministry said on March 19
Energy giant BP signed an agreement on March 13 to acquire a 12 percent stake in the Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline Project (TANAP)
Borusan Mannesman, which is the only U.S.-based pipeline operator with active production in Turkey, said it has won a $152 million tender for a 321-km-long pipeline project in Pennsylvania
Oil prices might have stabilized only temporarily because the global oil glut is worsening and U.S. production shows no sign of slowing, the International Energy Agency said on March 13
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