Denmark invites Nord Stream owner to recover mystery object
Denmark has invited the Russian-controlled operator of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to help recover a mystery object that was spotted near the pipeline, six months after sections were sabotaged.
Erdoğan, Putin agree to 'boost economic, energy cooperation'
President Vladimir Putin and Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Aug. 5 adopted a statement pledging to boost political and economic cooperation including in energy and trade.
The talks between Putin and Erdoğan came as Russia's isolation grows following its intervention in Ukraine.
Erdoğan, Raisi, Putin to meet for Syria summit
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi will meet in Tehran on July 19 for a Syria summit, the Kremlin announced.
"The president's visit to Tehran is being planned for July 19," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on July 12 adding that the trio would meet for Syrian peace talks.
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Bulgaria: The Profit of Turkish Stream is BGN 83.5 million (EUR 42.7)
The profit from the operation of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline in 2021 is BGN 83.57 million EUR 42.7 million).
The revenues from the pipeline's activity in 2021 reach BGN 212.8 million, with total conditionally distributed operational and financial costs for the period amounting to BGN 129.23 million.
Russian envoy hails Turkey’s mediation role over Ukraine crisis
Russian Ambassador to Turkey Aleksei Erkhov has highlighted the importance of Turkey's mediation role between Ukraine and Russia, expressing hope that peace talks between the two warring parties will soon yield results.
Bulgaria will not Suspend Gas Supplies to Serbia and Hungary but will Review Contracts with Gazprom
For the time being, Bulgaria has no intention of stopping transit gas to Serbia and Hungary. This became clear at a briefing by Bulgarian Energy Minister Alexander Nikolov, who gave more details about Gazprom's decision to suspend natural gas supplies to Bulgaria.
Lesson from Ukraine: Stop Appeasing Russia’s Trojan Horse, Serbia
Cutting out Ukraine: The Politics, Prices behind Balkan Energy Shifts
Serbia stands to gain from Hungary's decision to take gas via Turkstream, not through Ukraine. But at what cost?
Natural gas cuts to industrial zones end: Botaş
Turkey's Petroleum Pipeline Corporation (Botaş) announced yesterday that natural gas cuts to industrial zones would end as of this morning.
In a tweet, the national energy company thanked industrialists "for their understanding and cooperation in this period."
On Jan. 20, Iran halted natural gas flow into Turkey for 10 days due to technical failures on a key pipeline.
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Natural gas flow test starts from Iran to Turkey: Botaş
Natural gas supply testing from Iran to Turkey has started in limited quantities, which will alleviate natural gas cuts to the country's industrial sector from Jan. 31, Turkey's national pipeline operator Botaş has said.