Turkey to extend fuel, water pipelines to Israel

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January 16, 2007 15:12

 
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Turkey and Israel have tentatively agreed on building a network of pipelines to ship oil, natural gas and water from Turkey to Israel, the Energy Ministry said Tuesday. Under the project, a pipeline already carrying Russian natural gas to Turkey will be extended to deliver supplies to Israel, the ministry said. The deal was reached earlier this month during a visit to Israel by Energy Minister Hilmi Guler, the ministry said. It was not clear when the deal would be finalized or when construction would begin.

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