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TurkStream: Construction of receiving terminal begins

TurkStream: Construction of receiving terminal begins (Copyright: TurkStream)

South Stream has announced the start of construction works on the receiving terminal of the TurkStream Offshore Gas Pipeline. The project is now being implemented in three construction areas: onshore Russia, onshore Turkey and offshore in the Black Sea.

Since 2015, surveys have been conducted to identify the best location for the facility. The results have been incorporated in the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), which was approved by Turkish authorities in September 2017. All necessary permits to prepare the area for construction are in place.

The contract for the construction of the receiving terminal has been awarded to Petrofac in September 2017. Petrofac is currently mobilizing and has contracted Tekfen, one of Turkish leading construction companies, as its main subcontractor.

The works involve the preparation of the area where the receiving terminal will be located in the Turkish Thrace region.

The construction of the landfall facilities on the Russian side of the Black Sea is reaching the final stages of construction. Construction of this facility is expected to be completed in 2018.

The Allseas vessel Pioneering Spirit is working on the two offshore pipelines. The first line is currently being laid all the way up to the Turkish shore.

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