(Turchia) La Turchia può diventare un hub energetico, ma non puntando tutto sul gas russo

Yevgeniya Gaber, Atlantic Council:

In mid-October, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said Turkey had the capacity to become an energy hub for natural gas headed to Europe. Though the idea is not new, this time it came as a reply to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s offer to redirect Russian gas supplies intended for the European Union (EU) from the damaged Nord Stream pipelines to the Black Sea and further to Europe via Turkey.

In a recent interview, Turkish Energy Minister Fatih Dönmez doubled down on Ankara’s ambition, stating that it would “lay out a road map by the end of this year” when it “may hold a conference for suppliers and buyers.”.

Turkey can become an energy hub—but not by going all-in on Russian gas – Atlantic Council

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