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Iran: Tehran faces being frozen out of Turkish gas market

One of Iran’s few reliable export routes for its hydrocarbons, a natural gas pipeline to Turkey, remains out of action more than two months after an attack on the Turkish side of the border on 31 March. At the time of the attack, National Iranian Gas Company (NIOC) director of dispatching Mehdi Jamshididana told local news agencies that repairs would likely take three to four days, but the resumption of exports has been repeatedly pushed back.

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