August 2019, Vol. 246, No. 8

Global News

Gazprom Signs Five-Year Natural Gas Deal with Turkmenistan

Gazprom has signed a 5-year contract with Turkmengaz to purchase natural gas, the Russian gas producer sad. The bulk of Turkmen gas - about 40 Bcm out of the total output of 70 Bcm – now goes to China and the Ashgabat government is building a pipeline through Afghanistan and Pakistan to India to open up new markets. Turkmenistan will supply Gazprom with up to 5.5 Bcm of natural gas per year, the company said in a statement. It provided no information on the price. In April, the Central Asian country resumed natural gas exports to Russia after a three-year suspension. The volume agreed on Wednesday is much lower than Turkmenistan’s shipments to Russia in the decades preceding the suspensi

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