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France's Total Shows Interest in Leading TAPI Consortium

France’s energy firm Total has evinced interest in steering the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project, Indian newspaper The Hindu reported Thursday. The project has failed to take off as no entity has shown interest in leading the consortium. “No party has...

Central Asia Clash Mars China Gas Plan

A fresh outbreak of border violence in Central Asia has raised doubts about China's plan to start building a gas pipeline through Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan this year.The deadly clash between border guards of the two countries on July 10 was a virtual replay of fighting in January, suggesting there has...

US Believes TAPI Pipeline Project Can Transform the Region

Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India (TAPI) gas pipeline has the potential to transform both South as well as Central Asia, feels the United States. “The United States supports TAPI because we believe it has the potential to be transformative for the future of...

ADB to Charge $30 Mn 'Success Fee' for TAPI Project Completion

Asian Development Bank (ADB) would charge a ‘success fee’ of $30 million besides a retainer fee of $50,000 per month for helping build the $7.6-billion Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project, says news agency Press Trust of India. Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India appointed...

Indian Oil Corp Wants to Join GAIL for TAPI Implementation

State owned oil and gas company Indian Oil Corp (IOC) is keen on joining GAIL India for implementation of the TAPI natural gas pipeline, reports Press Trust of India.  IOC wants to be equal partner with GAIL in the $9 billion project with equal rights to sell gas imported from the pipeline, officials...

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