Turkey to export natural gas to Romania
The two countries have reached an agreement to export up to 4 million cubic meters of natural gas per day from Turkey to Romania. Exports will start on October 1.
Turkey has reached an agreement to export up to 4 million cubic meters of natural gas per day to Romania, following Hungary and Bulgaria. Natural gas exports will start on October 1.
WILL START ON OCTOBER 1
Noting that BOTAŞ aims to be among Turkey’s top 10 exporters in the next 3 years, the statement said, “BOTAŞ has signed an important agreement with OMV Petrom, one of the region’s major energy companies. Within the scope of the agreement, which will expire on March 31, 2025, allowing natural gas supply of up to 4 million cubic meters per day, natural gas exports from Turkey to Romania through pipelines will start on October 1.”
“NEGOTIATIONS ARE ONGOING WITH MANY COUNTRIES AND COMPANIES”
In the statement, it was pointed out that the parties agreed to develop cooperation in the fields of transmission, storage, production and green energy technologies as well as natural gas trade and said, “BOTAŞ, which has so far concluded important agreements on natural gas exports to Greece, Bulgaria and Hungary from the countries in the region through the pipeline, reinforces its contribution to energy supply security and diversity in neighboring markets and Europe by adding Romania to the countries to which it provides gas supply. In this context, BOTAŞ continues its negotiations with many countries and companies for new export agreements.” Turkey signed natural gas export agreements with Hungary in August and Bulgaria in January.