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Both lines of the "Turkish stream" will be ready for commissioning before the end of the year

"Oil of Russia" 07.10.2019 at 12:45

Both lines of the "Turkish stream" will be ready before the end of the year, if Bulgaria is ready to receive gas, the supply will go on the second, told journalists the Deputy head of the Department of foreign trade activities "Gazprom" Dmitry Khandoga on the sidelines of the St. Petersburg international gas forum (SPIGF).

So, to the question, does "Gazprom" to the end of the year to run from two pipelines, one of which is designed for delivery in Turkey and the other countries of Europe through Bulgaria, Handoga said: "Both lines will be ready before the end of the year and starts".

At the same time Handoga forwarded to the Bulgarian side the question of whether it will be ready by this time to take gas from Turkish stream. "We are ready to supply gas," he said.

"That is, the pipeline will be ready to work. If the Bulgarians will be ready to receive gas, so their gas will be", – concluded the top Manager of the company.

the Project "Turkish stream" involves construction of a pipeline, consisting of two lines with capacity of 15.75 billion cubic meters each. The first is designed to supply Russian gas to Turkish consumers, the second is to supply countries in southern and South-Eastern Europe. The pipeline is planned before the end of 2019. "Blue fuel" from his second line is planned to supply through Bulgaria to Serbia and Hungary.

"Bulgartransgaz" in January made the final decision on the extension of the GTS of the country from the border with Turkey to Serbia, to be able to receive gas "Turkish stream." The decision was made at the auction of the reservation of capacity in the new GTS, in which two companies, including Gazprom, have booked 100% of future gas volumes.

the Head of Minpromtorg Denis Manturov said in September that Russia hopes to the timing, which is marked by the readiness of the new GTS Bulgarian side, that is, the readiness to supply gas from the "Turkish stream" by January 1, 2020. At the same time, the relevant contract with the contractor "Bulgartransgaz" and the consortium led by Saudi Arkad Engineering was signed in September. According to the preliminary plan, the length of the gas pipeline "Balkan thread" will be around 474 miles in diameter – 1200 mm. Under the terms of the contract, all work must be made up to 615 days.