Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Saturday energy related issues would top Turkey's agenda during its G20 presidency term, Anadolu Agency reported.
Davutoglu made the remarks in a speech at the closing session of the sixth Atlantic Council Energy and Economic Summit in Istanbul.
Turkey is set to take over the 2015 term-presidency of the G20 group in December.
"When we start our G20 presidency, we plan to take steps in energy security, which is indeed a guarantee for stability. We want to be a bridge of peace... Energy should not be seen as a weapon for conflicts, it should be seen as a facilitator to further improve the well-being of people," he said.
He added that energy was essential for all countries.