Natural gas in the Turkish domestic gas market: Policies and challenges

Natural gas in the Turkish domestic gas market: Policies and challenges / Gulmira Rzayeva. Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, Feb. 2014, 79 p. (NG 82)

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Over the past 10 years or so Turkey has featured prominently in the various schemes to open a ‘fourth corridor’ of gas supply to the core European national gas markets.  The grandeur of earlier visions has morphed into a pragmatic and initially more modest scheme to supply 10 Bcm/yr of gas beyond Turkey.  With the Euro-centric political excitement around ‘Nabucco’ on the wane the importance of the Turkish gas market in its own right has been overlooked. It seems a paradox that the important, fast growing gas markets are also those with least data and analysis available.  This has certainly been the case with Turkey.  I am especially grateful to Gulmira Rzayeva for this paper, which is possibly the only comprehensive one in the Engligh language on the Turkish gas market in recent times. Her dedication in conducting in-country research and interviews with key figures is admirable and in keeping with the record of the Gas Programme of insightful research on highly relevant market developments in this increasingly interconnected world of natural gas. (© Gulmira Rzayeva)



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Danièle Revel (2014, 10 février). Natural gas in the Turkish domestic gas market: Policies and challenges. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 25 février 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/oaut

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