Gazprom provided its first billion cubic meters of fuel through the TurkStream fuel pipeline.
Of that quantity, about 54 per cent went to the Turkish fuel market and a few 46 per cent was delivered to the Turkey-Bulgaria border.
TurkStream, a pure fuel pipeline operating from Russia to Turkey, begins on the Russkaya compressor station close to Anapa. It runs roughly 930 km (578 mi) offshore, of which roughly 230 km (140 mi) is positioned within the Russian maritime zones and roughly 700 km (435 mi) is positioned within the Turkish waters. The touchdown level in Turkey is Ok?y?köy, a village within the district of Vize in Ok?rklareli Province at northwestern Turkey. From there, the 69 km (43 mi) part of the primary line continues to the distribution middle in Lüleburgaz. The 145 km (90 mi) part will join the Lüleburgaz distribution middle with Ipsala on the Turkey–Greece border. Alternatively, the second line will proceed from Ok?y?köy to Malkoçlar on the Turkey–Bulgaria border, the place will probably be related to the present Trans-Balkan pipeline system.
(Source: Gazprom/Wikipedia – Image: TurkStream Russkaya compression plant in Krasnodar area/Gazprom)
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