Turkish Stream will suspend work for six days

Turkish Stream is a gas pipeline from Russia to the west of Turkey, will be stopped to hold the first preventive measure on June 23, Angi reports.

It was commissioned in early 2020.

Scheduled repairs will last from June 23 to 29, for six days.

Turkish Stream with a design capacity of 31.5 billion cubic meters of gas per year supplies gas to the west of Turkey, as well as Bulgaria, Greece and Macedonia.

One of its lines is intended for the Turkish market, the other for the countries of southern Europe. Since the beginning of the year, about 2.5 billion cubic meters of gas have been delivered to Europe via the pipeline.

Gas supply through the pipeline to the Turkish market in February amounted to about 17 million cubic meters per day, in March – 6 million cubic meters a day.

The Turkish Stream gas pipeline has a length of 930 km. It runs along the bottom of the Black Sea to the coast of Turkey. The land part is 180 km.

Recall that at the end of January, Turkish stream pumped its first billion cubic meters of gas.

Earlier, Head of the Ukrainian GTS Operator, Serhii Makohon, said that Turkish Stream would reduce gas transit through Ukraine by 15 billion cubic meters of gas.

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