The Central building of the Oil and Gas Complex of Turkmenistan on Monday hosted a video conference meeting of representatives of the countries participating in the construction of the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline, organized by the Türkmengaz State Concern.
The Turkmen delegation consisted of the State Minister - Chairman of the Türkmengaz State Concern Batyr Amanov and other heads and representatives of the oil and gas sector.
The agenda of the meeting included key issues for the further implementation of the TAPI project, including its financing and construction. Despite certain limitations related to the fight against coronavirus, the parties expressed interest in the implementation of the project and discussed measures of intensifying it after the end of the pandemic.
According to the meeting participants, the implementation of the project is also important in ensuring peace in the region.
The participants of the meeting highly appreciated the activities of the Turkmen government, fuel and energy complex of the country in the implementation of the TAPI project.
After completion, the 1840-kilometer TAPI gas pipeline will be able to deliver 33 billion cubic meters of Turkmen natural gas to South Asian countries a year.