3 October 2022 - 16:10
  • News Code: 462617
Iran Gas Export to Turkey stops for Periodic Repairs

TEHRAN (Shana) -- The Director of Dispatching of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) announced that Iran’s gas flow to Turkey was stopped for eight days with the agreement of the two countries in order to carry out periodical repairs.

Mohammad Reza Joulai told Shana: “Iran's gas export to Turkey has been stopped for eight days since Monday, October 03, 2022, to carry out periodical repairs by both countries and with a previous agreement. Gas exports to Turkey will resume from the announced period.”

Turkey’s Petroleum Pipeline Corporation (BOTAS) issued a notice confirming this issue: "Due to the inspection and maintenance work on the Iran-Turkey gas transmission pipeline on October 2 to 9 of 2022, which is planned in advance, there will be no gas supply from the entry point of Gurbulak to our transmission network for eight days."

In this announcement, it is emphasized that during the maintenance operation of this pipeline, there will be no problems in the supply and demand balance of Turkish gas.

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