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Turkey gas markets long-term outlook 2015

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Report summary

Turkish gas demand will grow by 2.3% per annum from 2014 to 2025 driven by consumption in industry as well as residential and commercial sectors. Increasing competition from coal, the introduction of nuclear energy as well as capacity additions in renewables including hydro will limit gas burn in the power sector. New pipeline infrastructure from existing and new suppliers will diversify Turkey's natural gas supply and support its bid to become a transit hub to Europe. In this context the role of LNG imports will be diminished.

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This report includes 16 images and tables including:


  • Gas demand by sector 2010 to 2035
  • Gas production profile 2010 to 2035
  • Gas infrastructure
  • Import capacity
  • Export capacity
  • Supply demand gap
  • Gas flows into Turkey
  • Gas flows into Turkey
  • Turkish storage outlook
  • Historical piped imports
  • Turkey contracted piped imports
  • Historical LNG imports
  • Turkey contracted LNG imports


  • Import pipeline capacity
  • Export pipeline capacity
  • LNG regasification

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