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Turkmenistan Wants TAPI Construction Work to Begin in 2015

Construction of TAPI gas pipeline should begin in 2015, Turkmenistan's president Gurbanguli Berdymukhamedov has demanded. Berdymukhamedov said all the agreements required for the project's launch should be completed this year, news agency AP reported Friday citing country’s state media. A memorandum...

TAPI Project May Get US Consortium Leader

The TAPI gas pipeline project is likely to see an America-based consortium leader, according to Indian financial daily Business Standard. "Considering the terrorism-torn terrain of the project, we are looking for a US-based company with experience in building and operating the cross-country...

TAPI Gas Pipeline Likely to be Complete by 2017 end

India’s Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister M. Veerapa Moily is hopeful that the $7.6-billion TAPI gas pipeline will become a reality in by the end of 2017, reports Business Line newspaper. Asian Development Bank is in the process of looking for a lead partner for the consortium that will lay the...

Transaction Advisory Services Agreement for TAPI to be Inked This Month

Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India are all set to sign the Transaction Advisory Services Agreement (TASA) on November 20-21 at Ashgabat, according to a report in Pakistani daily The News. This agreement will enable Asian Development Bank as Transaction Advisor to find a leading and technically...

Chevron May Get to Finance TAPI Pipeline

American energy major Chevron may lead a consortium that will finance and run the transnational TAPI pipeline, according to a report published in Pakistani newspaper Express Tribune. Earlier this year, Indian and Afghan officials also met a representative of Chevron in Delhi to discuss the company’s...

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