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Turkey

Luleburgaz

Kiyikoy

Turkish Landfall
Black Sеa
Sea of Azov

Russia

Russian landfall

Anapa

PROJECT

The TurkStream Pipeline

TurkStream will start on the Russian coast near the town of Anapa and run over 900 km through the Black Sea to come ashore in the Thrace region of Turkey

TurkStream will directly connect the large gas reserves in Russia to the Turkish gas transportation network, to provide reliable energy supplies for Turkey and south-east Europe.

The offshore component of the system will be constructed by PAO Gazprom. The offshore pipeline will consist of two parallel pipelines running through the Black Sea. The pipelines will enter the water near Anapa, on the Russian coast, and come ashore on the Turkish coast some 100 kilometres west of Istanbul, near the village of Kiyikoy.

From Kiyikoy, an underground pipeline will be developed connecting TurkStream to the existing network at Luleburgaz. The route will continue from there to its end point at the Greek border.

Technology

TurkStream is a project that pushes industry boundaries from a technical perspective: TurkStream will be the first 32-inch sized system to be laid at depths of over 2 kilometres.

Each of the two offshore pipelines is made up of thousands of individual pipe joints of 12 meters in length.

Benefits

The project will benefit economies and communities through sourcing for construction and social investments.

Gas demand EU and Turkey

Source:IEA, World Energy Outlook 2015 (The New Policies Scenario)




Imports
232 bcm
Production
280 bcm
2013
512 bcm
Additional
imports
needs: 93 bcm
Production
201 bcm
2030
526 bcm (projected)
Imports
325 bcm

Наклонный бекграунд

2 offshore pipelines

900 kilometres per line

2200 metres maximum depth

31.5 billion cubic metres transport capacity

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Technology

A project that pushes industry boundaries from a technical perspective