Gazprom increases gas supplies to Turkey after explosion halts flow from Iran.

By bne IntelliNews October 22, 2012
Russias Gazprom said on Friday that it approved a request from Turkey to increase daily natural gas supplies from 32mn m3 to 48mn m3 after an attack by PKK militants on a pipeline in eastern Turkey halted gas supplies from Iran. 28 Turkish soldiers were wounded in the attack. The terrorist organisation PKK on Saturday attacked the pipeline once again, causing further disruption of natural gas flow.
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