Ankara expects gas suppliers to offer more competitive pricing and flexibility if they want to renew long-term contracts totaling 16 billion cubic meters a year, a senior energy ministry official said. More than a quarter of Turkey’s longterm gas contracts expire next year, including imports via pipeline from Russia’s Gazprom and Azerbaijan’s SOCAR and a...
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September 15, 2020February 9, 2021by Mehmet KaraIn Turkey at a Glance