Natural gas flow from TurkStream resumes

The flow of natural gas from both lines of TurkStream has resumed after the completion of annual maintenance work.

According to the statement made by the TurkStream project company, the natural gas flow, which started to be sent from Anapa, Russia, on June 29 at 05.00 a.m. Turkey time, started to be supplied from the first line of TurkStream at 09.00 a.m. and from the second line at 10.00 a.m. on Turkish territory.

The 2020 maintenance work, which was expected to last six days, was completed on June 28, twelve hours ahead of schedule. During the maintenance work, annual maintenance of equipment was carried out at the facilities in Anapa and Kiyikoy, and the emergency response system, automation system and other mechanical equipment were inspected.

The first line of TurkStream, which has a total gas capacity of 31.5 billion cubic meters (15.75 billion cubic meters per line), provides gas flow to Turkey, while the second line transports gas to Europe.

TurkStream Gas Transportation Co., in which BOTAŞ and Gazprom Export each own 50 percent of the shares, constructed 142 kilometers of 48-inch pipeline from Kıyıköy to Bulgaria.

Within the scope of the project, Kiyikoy Gas Receiving Terminal was built by South Stream, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gazprom.

In addition, the 70-kilometer, 48-inch line connecting the receiving terminal in Kiyikoy to the national grid in Tekirdag is among the investments made by BOTAŞ within the scope of the project.

Source: https://www.aa.com.tr/tr/ekonomi/turkakimdan-dogal-gaz-akisi-yeniden-basladi-/1895119

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