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The gas pipeline “Turkish stream” will temporarily stop for routine maintenance. All works will be carried out from 23 to 29 June. This was reported on the website of the project.
Prevention will temporarily stop both lines of the “Turkish stream”. Planned works are expected to be shore-based facilities in Anapa and at the receiving terminal in Kyukei and will take three and six days respectively. It is planned to carry out annual hardware maintenance of both objects and verification of protection systems and sensors. As explained in the company, suspension of the “Turkish stream” was scheduled in November 2019. Transportation of gas will resume immediately after completion of the work.
“Turkish stream” Russian pipeline to Turkey across the Black sea. The project was launched in early 2020. Its design capacity of 31.5 billion cubic meters of gas per year.
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