Problems and prospects for the “Fourth Corridor”: the positions and role of turkey in gas transit to europe
Caspian and Middle East gas pipelines to Europe have become an increasingly important and emotive in the late 2000s. The role of Turkey will be critical for all of these projects. But is Turkey a potential hub for, or a potential obstacle to, Caspian and Middle East gas supplies to Europe? Gareth Winrow has consulted many Turkish stakeholders in relation to the different aspects of these issues, and his paper sets out the conflicting views which make this subject confusing for those attempting to establish the reality of Caspian gas supplies to Europe.
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