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Gazprom Eyes Turkish Grid

Gazprom is in talks with Turkey’s Aksa Gaz Dagitim and Calik Enerji about a partnership with either of them to buy assets of Igdas, Istanbul’s gas grid company, Referans reported Friday, without citing a source.  

Gazprom is also interested in linking up with Calik Enerji on building a natural gas storage facility under a salt lake in central Turkey, the newspaper said.


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