Together, these projects are known as the Southern Gas Corridor. It is arguably the global oil and gas industry’s most significant and ambitious undertaking yet. And it is a complex challenge involving many different stakeholders – including seven governments and 11 companies.
The Southern Gas Corridor is set to change the energy map of an entire region – connecting gas supplies in the Caspian to markets in Europe for the very first time.
First gas is targeted for late 2018, with supplies to Georgia and Turkey; gas deliveries to Europe are expected just over a year after first gas is produced offshore Azerbaijan.
The Southern Gas Corridor pipeline system has been designed to be scalable to twice its initial capacity to accommodate potential additional gas supplies in the future