Erbil-Ceyhan Gas Pipeline
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Erbil-Ceyhan Gas Pipeline was a proposed gas pipeline in Turkey and Iraq.
The pipeline would have run between Erbil, Iraq and Ceyhan, Turkey.
- Proposed Capacity: 50 bcm/y
- Start Year:
In 2014, the director of the energy commission of the Kurdish Regional Government said that natural gas flow through the Erbil-Ceyhan pipeline when completed in 2017.
World Pipelines listed the project in 2015 as an example of impeded development of infrastructure due to disputes between the Kurdistan Regional government and the Federal Iraqi Government.
As of August 2020, no progress has been found, the proposal is assumed to be cancelled.
- Anadolu Agency (May 15, 2014). "Erbil-Ceyhan gas pipeline to be completed in 2017". aa.com. Retrieved August 19, 2020.
- Buerkle, Huebner, Stefan, Charlotte (August 2015). The Role of the Southern Gas Corridor. Worl Pipelines: Pipelines Magazine. p. 5.