According to the World Bank, the aim of this project is to increase the reliability and security of Turkey's gas supply by expanding underground gas storage capacity.
This project provides financing to increase gas storage capacity through the Tuz Golu Gas Storage Expansion Plant. Components include constructing water and brine pipelines from the Hirfanli Reservoir, surface and subsurface facilities, electricity supply, and telecommunications systems. The compliance of construction activities with the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) and Resettlement Action Plans (RAP) will be monitored.
This project is also being co-financed by the Islamic Development Bank.
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