Oil&Gas 29 September 10:40
Business 8 August 19:58
Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, on the official visit to Baku, in a joint statement made for press with the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, has announced the plans to expand cooperation in the energy sector between the two countries.
Commentary 4 August 17:16
Although Turkmenistan, and the European Union, would be extremely pleased if the Trans-Caspian Pipeline (TCP) was built, the fact is that both Iran and Russian continue to oppose its construction, an expert told Trend.
Commentary 3 August 12:14
Turkmenistan is interested in supplying gas to the European consumers and, today, Trans-Caspian gas pipeline project has better conditions for implementation than ever before, an expert believes.
Commentary 2 August 15:00
The construction of a gas trunk line, called Line D, via Tajikistan to China is definitely positive for Turkmenistan, even if it makes the Central Asian nation that much more reliant on China, Andrew Neff told Trend.
Oil&Gas 30 May 20:07
Commentary 19 May 14:42
Some political and business groups in Europe remain interested in the Trans-Caspian gas pipeline, which will allow to supply Turkmen gas to EU, Marco Siddi, Senior Research Fellow of the Finnish Institute of International Affairs, who focuses on EU energy policy believes.
Commentary 18 May 12:24
Construction of the Turkish Stream pipeline, which envisages Russian gas supplies to Turkey and further to Europe, will have negative effect on the prospects of realization of Trans-Caspian gas pipeline, expert of the British University of Glasgow focusing on the Central Asia, Luca Anceschi believes.
Oil&Gas 27 July 2016 12:49
The European Commission are following and implementing the Ashgabat declaration from 2015 on energy cooperation with Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Turkey, a source in the European Commission told Trend.
Oil&Gas 26 July 2016 15:02
The construction of a Trans- Caspian gas pipeline, which would allow Turkmen gas supplies to Europe, will continue to be blocked by Russia and Iran as they do not want the competition from the resultant export corridor, Sijbren de Jong, analyst at The Hague Center for Strategic Studies and expert in energy security believes