Sunday, June 12, 2011

Ashgabat sees Europe as gas partners

Sunday, June 12, 2011
Published: May 27, 2011 at 7: 07

ASGABAT, Turkmenistan, may 27 (UPI)--Natural gas from Turkmenistan is part of the commitment of the Government, their partnership with Europe, the President said during a gas Conference in Ashgabat.

Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov said that his country was steps this necessary diversification of its pipeline infrastructure to help secure natural gas markets, Platts news service reported.

"Future supplies of Turkmen gas to Europe and the promotion of close cooperation with the countries of the region in the energy sector in this context are set," he was quoted words.

"The fertile Turkmenistan European Union talks about the Turkmen gas exports are a strong incentive to implement this project."

His comments follow a survey by British oil field monitoring company Gaffney Cline, which is the latest Turkmen gas find in the field of South Yolotan of the largest in the world.

Gaffney Cline audit provides the estimated reserves of the field to more than 700 trillion cubic feet of natural gas to satisfy enough for more than 50 years European demand.

Turkmenistan is already exporting natural gas to China, Iran and Russia. Natural gas from the field of Dauletabad gas is expected to be East are moved by the planned Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan India gas pipeline project.

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