Turkey seeks to extend LNG contract with Algeria for 10 years.

By bne IntelliNews January 7, 2013
Turkey agreed to extend its contract to buy annual 4bn cubic meters of LNG from Algeria for 10 years, energy minister Taner Yildiz said on Saturday. Turkey will also seek cooperation with this country in the fields of oil and renewable energy, Yildiz added. On a separate note, energy minister Yildiz said that there would be talks with Qatar to build a LNG terminal with an annual capacity of 5-6bn cubic meters. The planned terminal may be built in the Gulf of Saros, on Turkeys Aegean coast, Yildiz added.
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