Turkey to begin supplying Moldova with natural gas from October

(Reuters) - Turkey will start supplying Moldova with 2 bcm of natural gas per day from October, state-owned Anadolu news agency said, in the second such agreement announced by Ankara in as many days.

Turkey, which has meagre gas sources of its own but hosts an extensive liquefied gas import infrastructure, aims to be an alternate supplier to smaller gas markets in southeastern Europe.

On Wednesday, Turkey's state gas grid operator BOTAS signed a deal to supply up to 1.5 bcm of gas to Romania's OMW Petrom in a deal that runs until the first quarter of 2025.

Turkey also signed supply deals with Bulgaria and Hungary this year.

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