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Friday, 09 December 2022 10:23 GMT

Turkey sees decline of 15.7 percent in gas imports in July

(MENAFN) Turkey’s natural gas imports declined by 15.7 percent in July this year in comparison with the same month of last year, as shown by figures of Turkey’s energy watchdog on Thursday.

Natural gas imports dropped to nearly 3.41 billion cubic meters (bcm) from nearly 4.05 bcm for the same month of last year, Turkey’s Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) stated in its month on month natural gas market report.

The nation shipped in nearly 3.02 bcm of natural gas through pipelines in stated month, whereas 383 million cubic meters (mcm) were bought as LNG, EMRA's data indicated.

This showed a decline of 13 percent in pipeline imports as well as 32.6 percent in LNG imports.

Russia provided the majority of Turkey’s imports with 1.44 bcm of natural gas, whereas Iran and Azerbaijan came after with 870 mcm as well as 710 mcm, individually.


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