Deputy CEO of Russian gas company Gazprom Alexander Medvedev said that the company plans to invest about 3.2 billion dollars in TurkStream gas pipeline project in 2018.
Medvedev noted that Gazprom will almost double its investment in TurkStream compared to the last year, when it invested some 1.65 billion dollars in the project. He added that Gazprom will also invest additional 2 billion dollars in Nord Stream II gas pipeline project, which will carry 55 billion cubic meters of Russian natural gas to Germany.
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Tags: construction, gas, gas pipeline, Gazprom, investment, Russia, Turkey, Turkstream