The TurkStream gas pipeline, which has two strings with a combined throughput capacity of 31.5 billion cubic meters, was put into operation. The first string is delivering gas to Turkey, while the second string is intended for southern and southeastern Europe.
Alexey Miller (third left) speaking at grand opening ceremony for TurkStream gas pipeline. Photo by RIA Novosti
The following documents were signed:
- the Memorandum of Understanding for strategic cooperation between Gazprom and Petrobangla, a state-owned corporation engaged in oil, gas and mineral resource-related activities in the People's Republic of Bangladesh;
- the space planning solutions between Gazprom and the Sakhalin Region as part of the construction of an office complex and a residential complex in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk for the needs of the Gazprom Group, as well as a multi-purpose sports and leisure center and an ice arena, both of which will be available to the public;
- the addendum to the Agreement of Cooperation between Gazprom and the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area – Yugra for setting up transport and social infrastructure in the regional municipalities;
- the Roadmap between Gazprom and the Moscow Region for the increased use of hi-tech products, including import-substituting ones, manufactured by the region's companies in the interests of Gazprom;
- the schedule between Gazprom and the Kursk Region for the synchronization of regional gas infrastructure expansion activities in 2020.