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Trans-Anatolian Pipeline progress keeps Southern Corridor on schedule


Trans-Anatolian Pipeline progress keeps Southern Corridor on schedule

Report summary

The ground-breaking ceremony for the Trans-Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP) took place today in eastern Turkey. This is a critical step in the 15-year process to bring Caspian gas to Europe. TANAP will provide Europe with a new supply option, but it must still face up to Gazprom's clear intent to retain market share.

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