February 2020, Vol. 247, No. 2

Projects

TurkStream Begins Gas Flows to Greece, North Macedonia

Russia is building TurkStream and doubling the capacity of NordStream across the Baltic Sea to Germany as part of plans to bypass Ukraine in its gas deliveries to Europe.    “Russian gas deliveries not only for us but also for Greece, and North Macedonia are being carried through the new entry point (at our Turkish border),” Bulgartransgaz CEO Vladimir Malinov told Bulgarian national radio BNR.  Russian gas producer Gazprom started shipping about 3 Bcm of gas to Bulgaria via TurkStream on January 1, replacing a route that formerly passed through Ukraine and Romania, according to Reuters.  Gazprom shipped about 3 Bcm to Greece and about 500,000 MM

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