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Turkish Stream result: Europe and Ukraine get closer

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12 May 2015

Turkish Stream result: Europe and Ukraine get closer

Report summary

The new Turkish Stream pipeline is part of Russia's strategy to end transit flows through Ukraine by 2019. To ensure security of supply from this time Europe will need to consider relaxing access restrictions on Russian gas out from Germany via the OPAL pipeline.  Additionally, Europe will need to plan for purchasing Russian gas at the Russia/Ukraine border, securing its own gas transit agreement with Ukraine and assuming Ukraine transit risk.

Table of contents

    • Russian diversification strategy
    • Turkish Stream 1 and 2 can capitalise on South Stream expenditure
    • New infrastructure required in EU territory for Turkish Stream 3 and 4
      • Chart 3 - Turkish Stream capacity versus potential usage*
    • Access to capacity will limit Russia's plans to reach all of its European customers
    • Conclusions

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Chart 1 - Russian flows into NW Europe and Czech Republic
  • Chart 2 - Russia pipeline export combinations and Russian imports in 2014
  • Turkish Stream result: Europe and Ukraine get closer: Image 3
  • Turkish Stream result: Europe and Ukraine get closer: Image 4

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