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Turkey boosts LNG capacity but problems remain

January 17th 2017 - 12:00

Turkey recently commissioned its first FSRU and others may follow, but although this will help the country break its reliance on pipeline suppliers, storage and pricing constraints remain. Interfax Global Energy spoke about Turkey's role in natural gas transit with Sijbren de Jong.

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Sijbren de Jong is a Strategic Analyst at HCSS and lecturer in Geo-Economics at Leiden University, The Hague. He has a PhD in EU external energy security relations from the University of Leuven and holds degrees in Economic Geography (MSc) from the University of Groningen and Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding (MA) from the University of Leuven. His geographical areas of expertise include Russia, Central Asia and the Caspian Sea Region; Central and Eastern Europe; and the Western Balkans.