Competition in the so-called Southern Gas Corridor from the Caspian Sea basin to Europe is heating up. In December, Turkey and Azerbaijan signed an agreement to build a pipeline to carry natural gas to Europe from the Caspian region.
The Trans-Anatolia pipeline (TAGP) will have a capacity of 16 billion cubic metres per year and cross 2,000 kilometres. The first delivery of gas is planned for 2017. Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz and Azerbaijan's Energy Minister Natik Aliev inked the deal...
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