December 22, 2015
Trend quotes Eurasian Energy Futures Initiative Nonresident Senior Fellow Micha'el Tanchum on why the proposed natural gas pipeline between Turkey and Israel is commercially viable and makes economic sense for both countries:




Israel’s gas export to Turkey is a realistic plan, however Tel Aviv cannot replace the Russian gas in Turkey’s market, at least at the short term, an energy expert, Micha’el Tanchum told Trend.

Tanchum, who is a non-resident senior fellow at the Global Energy Center and the Eurasian Energy Futures Initiative at the Atlantic Council, believes that Israeli natural gas exports via an undersea pipeline is commercially viable and makes economic sense for both Turkey and Israel.





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