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Sunday, December 04, 2016

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Siemens Could Supply Compressors for TAPI Gas Pipeline

German firm Siemens is reportedly in the pole position to supply compressors for the TAPI gas pipeline project. // According to Pakistani newspaper Express Tribune, Turkmenistan is in discussion with the German company and the price offered is good. Earlier talks were on with few US companies...

ADB May Extend Financial Support to TAPI

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) may offer financial support to the TAPI gas pipeline project if requested, a source in ADB’s external relations department has told Trend News Agency. "ADB continues to be in discussion regarding its role taking the [TAPI] project forward in all aspects," the source...

Turkmenistan Allocates $45 mn for TAPI Work

Government of Turkmenistan has allocated more than $45 million to finance the initial phase of construction of the TAPI gas pipeline at the Afghan-Pakistan segment. A decree was signed by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov on June 3 during a cabinet meeting, the government said in a statement. Currently...

CHINA KEEPS TURKMEN GALKYNYSH IN RESERVE

China is proving distinctly reticent when it comes to discussing progress at on the giant second phase of Turkmenistan’s Galkynysh gas field development, which is eventually scheduled to produce 30bn m³/yr.  From what CNPC has disclosed, its main focus still seems to be on its own concessionary...

Turkmenistan in Talks with IDB, Saudi, Japan for TAPI Financing

Ashgabat is seeking to rope in Islamic Development Bank, the Saudi Fund for Development and Japan's government as partners in the Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India (TAPI) gas pipeline project, news agency Reuters reported Saturday. According to Muhammetmyrat...

CASPIAN OVERVIEW: AZERBAIJAN EYES 50BN M³/YR EXPORTS BY 2050

While the development of the further stage of the Shah Deniz gas field and Southern Gas Corridor (SGC) is reportedly continuing according to plan, Azerbaijan announced on May 5 that it is preparing to export 50bn m3/yr of natural gas in 2050, about 7 times more than the current level. The...

Turkmengaz, Islamic Development Bank Sign TAPI Related Protocol

State owned Turkmengaz and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) on Tuesday signed a protocol on the outcomes of the evaluation commission on the TAPI gas pipeline project, according to the official Turkmen newspaper Neutral Turkmenistan. The protocol was signed during President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov’s...

Asian Development Bank Hopes TAPI Will be Operational in Five Years

Asian Development Bank (ADB) is confident that TAPI gas pipeline project will be operation in another five years, despite security concerns. Speaking on the sidelines of 49th annual meeting of ADB in Frankfurt, Bank’s Director General for Central and West Asia Department Sean M. O’ Sullivan...

Afghanistan Assures Full Protection to TAPI Gas Pipeline

Afghanistan has assured it will take all necessary measures to ensure safety of the TAPI gas pipeline.  The assurance was given by senior Afghan officials during a conference ‘The importance of TAPI gas pipeline’ held in Herat in Afghanistan on April 25, 2016. The conference was attended...

Turkmenistan Adding More Infrastructure to Increase Gas Supply to China Pipeline

Turkmenistan will be able to increase export of natural gas to China after a new gas booster station becomes operational, country’s oil ministry said. The facility with the capacity of 30 bcm per year is being constructed at Turkmenistan's Malai gas field. The field is located in Lebap Province of Turkmenistan...

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