Key figures on TurkStream natural gas pipeline 2020

TurkStream, or Turkish Stream is a 930-kilometer-long natural gas pipeline starting near Anapa, Russia and going through the Black Sea to Kiyikoyy, Turkey. Put into operation in 2020, it is replaced the South Stream project, which was cancelled in 2014 due to routing as well as legal issues, such as EU internal energy market rules.

Characteristics of the natural gas pipeline TurkStream as of 2020*, by indicator

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Sources

Release date

May 2020

Region

Russia

Survey time period

As of April 2020

Supplementary notes

* Besides mentioned sources, the figures were obtained from websites of project's operators.

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