Gas flow in TurkCurrent end of 2019
Russian gas passing through the Black Sea to Turkey and Europe will carry my TURKAK Pipeline System construction is not coming to an end. At the end of 2019 the project will begin construction work on the land part of the gas flow in the maritime sector in Turkey while 95 percent of the pipeline was completed. the second line, which will carry Turkey to 15.75 billion cubic meters of gas per year will carry the first line is completed, the offshore part of the same volume of gas in Europe is expected to be completed in the coming weeks. The facilities that make up the land segment in Russia have also been prepared for operation.
türkakım forming two parallel pipelines, starting from the base of the Black Sea city of Anapa in Russia taking the lead along 930 kilometers off the mainland town of Kiyiköy in Turkey.
Anatoly Koltakov, Manager of Russkaya Compressor Station, one of the facilities built for TurkAkim in Anapa, said that the main function of the station, consisting of 7 units each with a capacity of 32 megawatts, is to provide the pressure that will allow natural gas to go 930 kilometers along the Black Sea.
The final preparations are being made at the Türk Stream Current Exit Facility, which is 3.5 kilometers from Russkaya Compressor Station. Bar One of the functions of this facility is to monitor the content, volume, temperature and pressure of natural gas from Russkaya. Robots that will provide annual inspection and maintenance of the submarine sector of TürkAkım will enter the pipeline through the special arrangement here. ”
TURKAK Project spokesman Sander van Rootsela is the project of construction on the coast of Turkey said that the land facilities roving Turkish journalists in Russia is rapidly progressing, after the natural gas Turkey is continuing negotiations for the route to be followed, he said.
Aslı Esen, Press Officer of TürkAkım Natural Gas Pipeline Project said, “The project is progressing in accordance with the schedule. Natural gas flow will begin at the end of 2019 as planned. The construction of the facilities in Russia has been completed. & & Nbsp;
Although the Russian government has accelerated its negotiations with Bulgaria and Serbia for the European route of the project undertaken by Gazprom, an agreement has not been reached yet.