Turkey, Qatar to hold talks over LNG plant project
- Qatar: Monday, January 07 - 2013 at 04:11
Turkish energy minister Taner Yildiz has said his country will discuss building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal with Qatar on its Aegean coast to help meet rising domestic needs, Reuters has reported. The planned terminal on the Gulf of Saros, an inlet in European Turkey, would have an annual capacity of 5-6 million cubic metres and could help supply Bulgaria and Greece, as well as help Turkey meet its own rising LNG demand. "We think it would be appropriate to build an LNG terminal on the Gulf of Saros to meet the needs of Turkey and the region. Qatar would carry out the feasibility work and evaluate the project," Yildiz told reporters in Algiers.
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