Algeria and Turkey ink more gas deals
Algeria will export gas to Turkey for another ten years, El Moudjahid reported on Sunday (December 6th). During their Saturday talks, Algerian Energy Minister Yousef Yousfi and his visiting Turkish counterpart Taner Yildiz also discussed future co-operation opportunities in renewable energies.
The original energy deal signed in 1988 was due to expire in 2014.
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