In Turkey, gas is king.
It’s one of the country’s most profitable industries and it provides more than 90 percent of the government’s budget.
But for years, the country has been plagued by a series of leaks and problems, causing many residents to fear the government might try to shut it down.
The Turkish gas system is a key piece of infrastructure, supplying nearly half of Turkey’s electricity needs.
But it’s also been plagued with leaks and maintenance problems, with some pipelines and valves corroded.
And many residents fear a government shutdown could cause a gas shortage and lead to a national blackout.
A key piece for Turkey’s economy, gas has long been a controversial topic.
The country has more than 2,000 natural gas pipelines, more than 60 percent of which are privately owned.
A key part of the system is the Gas Pipeline Company of Turkey (KKG) that runs under the Ceyhan Dam in Ceyhalik, near Istanbul.
The KKG owns the Cuyaguz gas pipeline, which is the most important one, with a capacity of 1.4 billion cubic meters of gas per day.
The other pipelines that carry gas from the Cemex-owned Ceyha gas fields to other regions are owned by the Cizre-based company Akamai.
Akamai and KKP own the Cepa and Egyp gas pipelines and the KK gas pipeline system that runs underneath them.
Akamaic has been running its pipelines since 2008.
In 2015, it became the world’s biggest gas producer with a global gas supply of nearly 6 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd).
The Cepas pipeline system, which was built in 1991, carries the largest amount of gas in the world and is the countrys largest gas export.
It is the second largest source of natural gas in Turkey after the Ciyans pipeline.KP is also the largest gas pipeline operator in the country, according to the government, supplying the country with more than 1.8 billion cubic metres of gas a day.
But its main role is supplying the KG pipeline system.
The KKg owns and operates the pipelines.
Kakşehir is the largest single company in the Turkish gas industry.
It operates four gas pipelines.
It owns the Egyps gas pipeline network, the largest in the industry, with an export capacity of over 3.4 bcfd.
It also owns and manages three of the Cipa pipelines, and owns the third largest gas infrastructure in the entire country.
Akşehirs subsidiary is the gas processing and distribution system.
It supplies gas to the country and also distributes it to the provinces of the North Sea.
The company owns two gas storage facilities and two storage tankers.
Akılıkılmaşı is a separate company that owns and runs the gas distribution system for the Cefes gas fields in the Cebes region.
The Cefis fields have been producing natural gas for more than 50 years, and its operators have been in charge of the operation and maintenance of the facilities for the past 30 years.
The two companies operate two gas distribution stations, one in the Kürtel area of Istanbul and one in Cemepa in the south of the province.
They also have an additional gas distribution facility at Şilik, in the north of the city.
Kürtelaş is a subsidiary of the Kekalip gas company.
It has two pipelines, one on the east coast of Turkey, the other in the South.
It produces and distributes gas to Europe and the United States, and supplies the gas to Turkey.
The gas it distributes is sold by its subsidiary, TASK (Teknik İşkoliztası) to Gazprom, which then distributes the gas back to Turkey through its Cemeps pipeline.
Akkızılmış is an independent subsidiary of Akamais Turkish Gas Company (KGTC).
It operates two gas pipeline systems: one in Kültel, the southeastern province, and one at şeklız, the eastern province.
It distributes natural gas to France, the United Kingdom, and Italy, and also supplies gas via the Cekan-Cepa pipeline system to other countries.
Koglar is the third company in Turkey that is a member of the EGYP consortium, which runs the CEP gas pipeline between Turkey and the Cevreşeh natural gas field.
Koglar operates a pipeline system between the Egegovişoğlu-Cevrezha field in the northeast of the Republic of Turkey and İmamış-Kıztürköy fields in Cevremen.
It uses the Cemiş gas pipeline and Cemiç gas terminal to carry gas to Cevreal, Turkey.
The EGYPs pipeline system