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Turkey and Oman signed an agreement on gas supplies

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Turkey and Oman signed an agreement on the annual supply of 1.4 billion cubic meters to the Turkish side for 10 years. m of liquefied natural gas.

Today, January 30, Turkey and Oman signed an agreement on the annual supply of 1.4 billion cubic meters to the Turkish side for 10 years. m of liquefied natural gas (LNG). About that know Turkish Energy Minister Fatih Donmez.

“Energy diplomacy has begun to bear fruit. An agreement was signed with Oman to purchase 1.4 billion cubic meters of LNG per year for 10 years,” the report said.

He added that Turkey’s goal is to become an international gas center.

It was previously reported that Turkey has started drilling a new gas well in the Black Sea

Turkey announces gas summit

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