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On the offshore section of the Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline, the filling of one of the two strands with gas has started during the commissioning and adjustment works, in the final phase of testing.
According to a communiqué issued by the Russian news agency Interfax, commercial exploitation of the pipeline is scheduled to begin later this year. Commissioning and adjustment work began after DNV-GL certified that both 32-inch diameter wires in the pipeline met their own standards for underwater pipelines and other standards. The upload of the second thread starts when the operation on the first thread is completed.
In Turkey, the construction of the receiving terminal is nearing completion. Turkish gas pipeline operator BOTAS is working on the first onshore pipeline section that will connect Turkish Stream to the country’s grid. At the same time, a joint venture between BOTAS and Russia's Gazprom is laying the pipeline to supply European countries.
The pressure to fill the pipeline from Gazprom's combined system to Turkey and South-Eastern Europe will be generated by the Ruskaya compressor station in Anapa. The pipelines will be loaded from Anapa’s onshore facilities to the receiving terminal at Kiyiköy on the Turkish Black Sea coast.Swiss watch exports fell 21.9 percent in March.
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