- The new discovery, located in the Black Sea is an opportunity for Erdogan to change the narrative: claiming it as a historic step for domestic energy security and the fruits of an accelerating exploration drive that has put the country at loggerheads with its European neighbour(s).
- The details of the discovery are this: some 320 bcm of natural gas located in the Tuna-1 sector of the western Black Sea.
- Rather than earmarking this gas for potential piped exports to Europe (Turkey is already the host of several current and planned oil/gas pipelines connecting Russia and Azerbaijan to EU markets in the west), Tuna gas will be targeted for domestic use.
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