Gazprom, Turkmenistan Oil and Gas, China

Does gas from Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan go to Europe?

Can European business rely on the gas resources of Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan? DW examined the advantages and disadvantages of exporting gas from these countries to the EU.

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Loading of Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan-Kazakhstan-China main gas pipeline is close to 100%

The loading of one of the world's longest main gas pipeline - Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan-Kazakhstan-China for natural gas supplies from Central Asia to China - has approached 100%.

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Gazprom actively develops transportation of gas from Yamal

As the Kommersant has found out, Gazprom can rapidly continue its most ambitious construction project of the last decades.

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Russia may become the main supplier of gas to China in the future

Russia, which today jointly with China is implementing a project to build the Power of Siberia gas pipeline, may become the main supplier of natural gas to China, if Turkmenistan is unable to ensur

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Gazprom calculates cost of gas pipeline to India

Gazprom and its Indian partners have calculated possible gas pipeline routes for the delivery of Russian or Iranian gas to India.

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A branch for gas supply to Southern Kyrgyzstan will be built from the pipeline of Turkmenistan – China

The professor, the member of the public supervisory council under the Ministry of Energy of Kyrgyzstan V. Kasymova says that it’s unreasonable to sell the lands of Kyrgyzstan in exchange for gas because in the future they expect the construction of the gas pipeline from Turkmenistan via the territory of the Alaysky district to China, and a branch for gas supplying to the Osh and Batkensky regions can be built from there. She claims that Kyrgyzstan possesses own hydrocarbon reserves and they should be developed with the attraction of investment. In her opinion, it’s wrong that Kyrgyzgaz is sold to Gazprom. One of the promises of Gazprom was to execute deposits exploration for gas and to develop industrial reserves if those are discovered. Kyrgyzstan should not agree with the demand of Uzbekistan to sell a part of the Kyrgyz lands for gas.

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