Turkey is addressing the natural gas flow problem from Iran due to technical problems, the Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Donmez said late on Monday. Iran had confirmed that it would not send natural gas to Turkey between January 21 and 31 due to a technical malfunction. In response, Donmez said maintenance teams have...
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BY BLOOMBERG A recently discovered natural gas field in the Black Sea is set to provide nearly a third of the country’s domestic needs when it reaches peak production capacity by 2027, Energy Minister Fatih Donmez said, unveiling details of his ambitious timeline to bring last year’s find on stream. The country may be able...