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Turkey’s energy role to continue after coup attempt

Turkey’s role as a key strategic energy actor in its region is expected to continue without much negative impact from July 15 failed coup, experts told Anadolu Agency Wednesday. “Turkey’s regional energy role remains a key element of Turkey’s economic dynamism,” said David Merkel, a senior fellow at Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center of the Washington-based […]

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Russia, Greece sign deal on Turkish Stream gas pipeline

Russia and Greece have signed a deal to create a joint enterprise for construction of the Turkish Stream pipeline across Greek territory, Russian Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak said. The pipeline will have a capacity of 47 billion cubic meters a year. The Greek extension of the Turkish Stream project is called the South European pipeline […]

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Russia And Turkey Agree To Route For New Turkish Stream Pipeline Through Black Sea

ISTANBUL — The U.S., the European Union and Russia are locked in an energy battle, and its outcome depends almost entirely on one country: Turkey. The construction of a new pipeline through the Black Sea to Turkey could tilt the balance of that game should countries such as Greece sign on to the new Russian-backed project. […]