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    Turkey will potentially use Black Sea gas in 2023: President

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    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that Turkey is developing an energy base on the Black Sea’s seafloor and that the gas will “hopefully” be usable by next year.

    Erdogan made his comments during a gas supply ceremony for four districts of the Black Sea province of Kastamonu, including Bozkurt, Abana, Cide, and Inebolu, which he attended via video conference.

    He stated that the drilling of nine out of the ten wells that make up the first phase of the Sakarya gas field’s Black Sea phase of natural gas has been finished.

    He noted: “With the inclusion of domestic gas in the process, Türkiye becomes a country… where reference pricing formulation is offered throughout the area.” “We have hastened the works that will connect the Black Sea natural gas… to our country’s system,” he stated.

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