Report summaryTurkey produces only small quantities of oil and gas. The majority of the country's oil is produced from South East Turkey, while gas comes from the Thrace Basin in the northwest. Hydrocarbon production began in 1935. Oil production peaked in 1990 while gas production peaked in 2008. Compared to its neighbours, the reserves per field in Turkey are often small and field development, although economic, offers relatively low project values.With limited domestic production, Turkey is ...
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