Turkey’s Gas Supply Options

As gas demand has risen in Turkey, so the country has had to diversify its supply option, given that there is almost no indigenous supply. This paper attempts to understand the current Turkish gas supply strategy, assessing its options from Russia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kurdistan and the global LNG market. This is a particularly important topic as Turkey is also set to be a transit country for Azeri, and possibly Russian, gas over the next decade, and so the political and commercial dynamics of Turkey’s gas import plans will become increasingly relevant for Europe and its energy policy makers.

By: Gulmira Rzayeva

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Gas , Gas Programme

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