Tag: BOTAS

  • Gas Supply Changes in Turkey

    By: Gulmira Rzayeva

    The Turkish government is in the process of making significant structural changes in the country’s energy sector in attempts to lessen its dependence on current import and transmission infrastructure capacity which is constrained and cannot meet gas demand in peak periods. It intends to diversify supply sources and gas import types (both pipeline gas and […]

  • Major Challenges to the Liberalization of the Turkish Natural Gas Market

    By: Yesim Akcollu

    The Turkish gas market is one of the most rapidly growing – and is therefore becoming one of the most important – markets in Europe. However, during the 2000s it experienced setbacks in terms of anticipated demand growth and the anticipated development of liberalisation and competition. Plans for rapid liberalisation and reducing the market share […]

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