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Turkey Opens TANAP Pipeline That brings Azeri Gas to Europe

Turkey and Azerbaijan have inaugurated the TANAP pipeline that will bring gas to Europe while bypassing Russia. The project has won political support from both the United States and European Union. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Azerbaijani President İlham Aliyev inaugurated the Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) project …

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14 Companies Present Proposals for Georgia’s Gas Storage Facility

14 Companies Present Proposals for Georgia’s Gas Storage Facility

14 companies have expressed willingness to build underground gas storage in Georgia. According to “Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation”, 55 companies have been registered at the pre-qualification stage of open international tender for procurement of installation and exploitation (EPIC) works, however proposals were presented by 14 companies. As a result …

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TAP AG Completes Trans Adriatic Pipeline’s First Hydrotest

TAP AG, the consortium building the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), has successfully completed its first hydrotest in Greece, reads a message on TAP’s website. “Also known as hydrostatic testing, this is a method for verifying a pipeline’s safety after it has been built,” said the message. “The pipeline is filled …

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TAP Gas Pipeline can Gauge Customer Interest in Capacity

The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) that will take gas from Azerbaijan to Europe is in a position to offer capacity on the line via so-called “open seasons” to gauge interest among potential customers, senior TAP executives said, Reuters reported. “We have prepared the ground for 200 kilometers out of a total …

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Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan Plan to Lay New Oil Pipeline

Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan Plan to Lay New Oil Pipeline

Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan are planning to lay new Eskene-Kuryk-Baku oil pipeline with a length of 739 kilometers, according to an article by Azerbaijan’s Energy Minister Natig Aliyev, published in the country’s official press Oct. 6. The minister said that Kazakhstan has huge proven reserves of hydrocarbons, which account for 5.5 …

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The World’s First Beer Pipeline is Now Open

Cheers! The World's First Beer Pipeline is Now Open

A beer pipeline. It sounds like an ale lover’s wildest dream. It’s no longer a fantasy in the Belgian city of Bruges, where the world’s first beer pipeline opened last week. The two-mile pipe connects the Halve Maan brewery in the city’s historic center with a bottling plant in the suburbs. It’s …

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TAP: Over 17km line Pipes Strung & 5km Welded Along the Pipeline Route

TAP: Over 17km line Pipes Strung & 5km Welded Along the Pipeline Route

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline has said over 17km line of pipes were strung and 5km welded along the pipeline route, Azertac reported. Connecting with the Trans Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP) at the Greek-Turkish border, TAP will cross Northern Greece, Albania and the Adriatic Sea before coming ashore in Southern Italy to …

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Turkmenistan to Make big Investments in TAPI Project

Turkmenistan to Make big Investments in TAPI Project

Turkmenistan plans to allocate major part of investments to construction of TAPI gas pipeline, said the country’s President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov during a meeting of the Council of Elders. The groundbreaking ceremony for Turkmen section of Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline with the capacity of up to 33 billion cubic meters of …

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Int’l Association Talks Possibility of Uniting Turkish Stream, TANAP

Int’l Association Talks Possibility of Uniting Turkish Stream, TANAP

Uniting of the Turkish Stream and TANAP gas pipelines at the Turkish-Greek border is absolutely a normal process, President of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) Gurkan Kumbaroglu told Trend Aug. 16. He said that this process is also important in terms of diversification of energy sources and energy …

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Armenian Village Has Little to Show for Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline

When construction of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline got underway and it was revealed that a 2-kilometer section of the 1,768 pipeline would pass through the fields in the village of Molit, in the Samtskhe-Javaketi region of Georgia, local Armenian residents were overjoyed. They were to be compensated, and residents decided to …

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Turkey Coup Attempt not to Affect TANAP Pipeline’s Construction Period

Turkey Coup Attempt not to Affect TANAP Pipeline’s Construction Period

Military coup attempt and imposing a three-month state of emergency in the aftermath of the incident in Turkey will not affect the Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline’s (TANAP) construction period, TANAP consortium told Trend July 21. “The project is being implemented according to schedule,” said the consortium. “There are no …

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