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Turkia. Scoperto un nuovo giacimento di gas naturale nel Mar Nero.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-06-10.

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Lo scorso anno la Turkia aveva annunciato la scoperta nelle sue acque territoriali nel Mr Nero di un giacimento di gas naturale di capienza stimata essere 405 miliardi di metri cubi.

Turkia. Giacimento Sakarya contiene 405 miliardi metri cubi di gas, non 320.

Turkia. Scoperto nel Mar Nero un giacimento di gas, Tuna-1, da 320 miliardi di m3.

Di questi giorni l’annuncio di un nuovo ritrovamento di ga naturale all’Amasra-1 offshore, stimato essere da 135 miliardi di metri cubi.

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«President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the discovery of new natural gas deposits in the Black Sea, where Turkey plans to start production in 2023»

«State energy company Tpao found 135 billion cubic meters of gas at the Amasra-1 offshore well, bringing the total amount of deposits discovered over the past year to 540 billion cubic meters»

«Officials have said Tpao is planning to develop the deposits on its own, and won’t need foreign financing»

«Erdogan has pitched recent energy finds as a solution to some of Turkey’s long-term economic vulnerabilities, including its energy-import bill that needs to be paid in foreign currency»

«Turkey currently imports nearly all of the 50 billion cubic meters of gas it consumes annually»

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La verità ama celarsi nei particolari.

«Tpao is planning to develop the deposits on its own»

L’attuale Turkia dispone di personale, strutture e know-how propri, e non necessita quindi di ricorrere a tecnologie e società estere.

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Turkey has discovered more natural gas in Black Sea, Erdogan says

Natural gas discoveries are expected to allow Turkey to import cheaper gas and trim its average annual energy bill, which is about $44bn.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the discovery of new natural gas deposits in the Black Sea, where Turkey plans to start production in 2023.

State energy company Tpao found 135 billion cubic meters of gas at the Amasra-1 offshore well, bringing the total amount of deposits discovered over the past year to 540 billion cubic meters, Erdogan said in televised remarks from the Black Sea coastal city of Zonguldak.

No independent audit of total and recoverable gas at either of the finds in the so-called Sakarya field has been made available by authorities. Officials have said Tpao is planning to develop the deposits on its own, and won’t need foreign financing.

Turkey has ramped up exploration for oil and gas off its coasts in recent years. Erdogan has pitched recent energy finds as a solution to some of Turkey’s long-term economic vulnerabilities, including its energy-import bill that needs to be paid in foreign currency.

Turkish explorers last year found 405 billion cubic meters of gas at the nearby Tuna-1 well in Sakarya field, the biggest ever discovery in the Black Sea.

Turkey currently imports nearly all of the 50 billion cubic meters of gas it consumes annually. Officials expect domestic production to boost the nation’s gas demand by 60%, to as much as 80 billion cubic meters per year by 2030.

Discoveries are also expected to allow Turkey to import cheaper gas and trim the annual average energy bill of around $44 billion.