How Central Asian Energy Complements the Southern Gas Corridor

Jan 25, 2018 | 08:30 GMT

Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov attends an opening ceremony for the East-West natural gas pipeline in 2015.

Turkmenistan's President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov takes part in the opening ceremony of the East-West pipeline at the Belek compressor station, some 500 km northwest of Ashgabat, on December 23, 2015. Turkmenistan hailed on December 23 the completion of a $2.5 billion gas pipeline connecting its abundant eastern gas fields to the Caspian Sea while potentially expanding Europe's energy security options. AFP PHOTO / IGOR SASIN / AFP / IGOR SASIN (Photo credit should read IGOR SASIN/AFP/Getty Images)

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Though it took several years to get underway, Europe's initiative to source natural gas from Central Asia is picking up steam -- and at just the right time....

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