Gazprom claims that Bulgaria has delayed the construction of Turkish Stream
The Russian company Gazprom reports that the completion of the construction of new gas transmission facilities in Bulgaria, through which gas from Russia through Turkey should come to Serbia, and then dragged on for more than six months, Angi. reports.
If in the February memorandum of Gazprom's Eurobonds the completion of the bridge was expected in the first half of 2020, in the new (October) it is expected to be completed by the end of 2020.
The Turkish Stream gas pipeline directly connects the gas transmission system of Turkey and Russia and ensures the supply of energy resources to Turkey, South and Southeast Europe. It will allow supplying up to 31.5 billion cubic meters of natural gas per year to the region.
Let us remind you that Poland fined Gazprom $7.6 billion over Nord Stream 2.
Earlier it was reported that Turkish Stream will reduce gas transit through Ukraine by 15 billion cubic meters.
Tags: Gazprom, gas, EU, Turkish Stream, pipeline, gas supplies
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