Turkey and transporting Caspian gas
By Messenger Staff
Monday, October 4Turkish minister of Energy and Natural resources Taner Iyldiiz, in an interview to the newspaper Hurriyet highlighted that his country is interested in and supportive of any kind of project for transporting Caspian natural gas by any means into Europe. He also emphasized that the NABUCCO project and South Stream project are not competing with each other. He spoke positively of Turkish-Russian relations and their cooperation in the energy sector. During the Black Sea Economic and Energy Forum, PM Erdogan expressed his regret at the delays with the NABUCCO project saying that so far there has been too much talk and not enough business.