Plans for Oil Line from Iran to Turkey Dropped
Plans to build a 1,900 km. pipeline linking Iran's Khuzestan oil fields to a terminal on Turkey's Mediterranean coast have been shelved, according to the head of the Turkish state pipeline authority Botas, Mr. Nezihi Berkkam. Mr. Berkkam said in Ankara on 1 April that Iran had rejected two feasibility studies on the pipeline and that the project was now closed, but added that the subject of a gas pipeline from Iran to Turkey was...
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