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Turkey - recent news
|12 May 20
||Valeura Energy announces first quarter 2020 financial and operating results
Valeura Energy, the upstream natural gas company focused on the Thrace Basin of Turkey, has reported its financial and operating results for the three month period ended March 31, 2020.
|29 Apr 20
||Turkey: Goldwind wins the largest distributed wind project in Turkey
Goldwind has secured a new 6.8MW order for a self-consumption project in Turkey. The contract includes the supply, transportation and installation of 2 units of GW 140–3.4MW wind turbine that will be installed in Bandirma, northwest of the country, in addition to a full service agreement for a period of 20 years.
|06 Apr 20
||Turkey: Valeura Energy doubles working interest and re-affirms commitment to deep unconventional gas play
Valeura Energy, the upstream natural gas company focused on the Thrace Basin of Turkey, has announced an increase in its working interest in the Banarli and West Thrace exploration licenses and re-affirmed its commitment to appraisal of its deep unconventional gas play.
|13 Mar 20
||Valeura Energy announces Q4 2019 financial and operating results, Y/E 2019 reserves
Valeura Energy, the upstream natural gas company focused on the Thrace Basin of Turkey, has reported its financial and operating results for the three month period ended December 31, 2019 and the year ended December 31, 2019, and year-end 2019 reserves.
|04 Feb 20
||Turkey: Equinor exits Valeura Energy's Thrace Basin deep gas appraisal programme
Valeura Energy has received notification from its joint venture partner Equinor indicating that it intends to discontinue participation in the deep gas appraisal programme in Turkey's Thrace Basin. The Company expects to continue its deep gas appraisal programme aimed at demonstrating the potential for commercial development.
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