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1st Line of Turkish Stream to Cost €3.3b
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1st Line of Turkish Stream to Cost €3.3b

The first line of the Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline project may provisionally cost 3.3 billion euro, Gazprom’s deputy chief executive officer Alexander Medvedev said on Tuesday. The Turkish Stream, designed to transport natural gas pipeline from the Russian Federation to Turkey across the Black Sea, will have an annual capacity of 63 billion cubic meters, TASS reported.

 

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