Tagged With Turkey
Iraq cobbles together an oil deal
12 October 2016
Erbil and Baghdad have struck an agreement on exports through Turkey, though many of the old problems could still ruin it
Gazprom's commitments strain the budget
28 September 2016
The revival of a project to ship gas to Turkey puts more pressure on a company already struggling
Turkey’s energy-hub plans at risk
26 July 2016
The coup has not affected oil and gas flows, but the purge and new instability will expose the Iraq-Turkey Pipeline to more danger and hurt Ankara’s broader import-export project
Gloom falls on Kurdish oil
28 April 2016
Iraq’s autonomous northern province had bold energy plans, but mounting debts, conflict and subterranean trouble are taking their toll
Multiple explosions rock Turkish gaslines
30 September 2015
The ability of pipelines to resist hostile attack is being sorely tested in Turkey, with Kurdish separatists attacking the gaslines
Turkey hopes shale gas will plug its energy deficit
5 December 2013
Promising shale deposits could help lessen the country's dependence on gas imports
Turkey key to Cyprus gas development
17 October 2013
Turkish deputy energy minister believes East Mediterranean gas finds will help forge closer bonds
Turkey's preparations for WEC 2016 underway
17 October 2013
The country was named as the host of the congress last November
Turkey's state firms TPAO and Botas seek opportunities abroad
23 August 2013
With an energy-hungry domestic market to feed, TPAO and Botas see opportunities abroad, especially in Iraq
Kurdistan eyes major role in Turkish gas market
13 December 2012
The region of Kurdistan holds promising large natural gas reserves
Azerbaijan-Turkey gas-deal key to Caspian supply
23 September 2011
A phased approach to opening the gas Southern Corridor to Europe will persuade Caspian producers to make their gas available, says Greece’s Depa, starting with the ITGI link
Iraq eyes EU gas exports through Turkey
8 September 2011
Iraq wants to export gas found in the blocks on offer in its fourth licensing round to Europe by pipeline through Turkey and as liquefied natural gas (LNG)
EGL targets Greek and Turkish LNG markets
30 August 2011
Greek and Turkish gas consumption is growing and will need liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports to satisfy demand, Markus Brokhof, the head of gas supply at European energy trader EGL, told Petroleum Economist
EXCLUSIVE: Qadhafi sourcing fuel from Turkey and Italy
17 May 2011
Italian and Turkish fuel is still being shipped to government-controlled western Libya, providing Muammar Qadhafi's regime with fuel to sustain its war effort against rebels in the east
Ghana's Jubilee lights the way for exploration hot-spots
27 January 2011
Strong oil prices in the past decade have opened new oil and gas territories around the world, all offering unique opportunities and hurdles
Black Sea: Turkey and Romania assess their offshore potential
21 April 2009
The oil and gas potential of the Black Sea is growing increasingly important for its littoral states.
Cyprus: oil, gas and geopolitics
5 January 2009
Tensions escalate between Cyprus and Turkey
The future's blackouts
1 May 2007
Southeast Europe faces a power shortage until 2012, when new generating capacity is due to enter service. Until then, prices will almost certainly rise, threatening the economic boom that is helping to stabilise the region, NJ Watson reports
Hungary leaves Nabucco on its deathbed
1 April 2007
Hungary demands fed by Russian fuels
Gazprom holds the cards
1 January 2007
Gazprom becoming a world leader in gas acquisition
BTC spurs co-operation
1 July 2005
Completion of a new oil pipeline linking Baku with the Turkish Mediterranean has provided Azerbaijan with a route to western markets that will guarantee the republic a future as a Caspian export hub even after its own production enters decline, writes Isabel Gorst