Azerbaijani gas supplies to Turkey increase significantly

02/08/2019 09:50 Natural Gas

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According to AzerNews, Azerbaijan and Turkey continue to expand their economic and trade cooperation. The figures for Azerbaijani exports to Turkey show noticeable growth and this strengthens ties between the 2 states.

In January-May this year, Azerbaijan exported 3.76 billion cu m of natural gas to Turkey, Turkey Energy Market Regulatory Authority said in a message. The figure made a 43.7 % growth in comparison with the same period last year.

 

In January, Turkey imported 808.36 million cu m of natural gas from Azerbaijan, in February – 683.23 million, in March – 772.64 million, in April – 724.88 million, and in May – 770 million cu m.

 

Azerbaijan accounted for 20.42 % (724.88 million cu m) of the total gas supply to Turkey in April 2019. The gas supplies increased 2.5 times compared to April 2018.

Source: neftegaz.ru

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