The gas industry has been stuck in a rut for years.
It’s been hit hard by an influx of cheap and dirty gas that has been filling up storage tanks and driving up prices.
Now that Turkey has started to ramp up its gas production, the country’s economy has started recovering and the gas industry is on the rise again.
However, for Turkey, the revival is not coming fast enough, with the industry facing severe challenges in securing enough gas to power the country.
A major reason for this is the massive amount of gas that is not being produced and shipped out of the country, according to the Turkish National Gas Company (MIT).
At the same time, Turkish gas is being shipped to European markets and Asia.
That means gas prices in Europe and Asia are rising.
And the country is struggling to fill up its storage tanks.
With no way to export gas, Turkey is forced to import gas, according the Turkish Petroleum Ministry.
That is one of the main reasons behind the country being in such a bad financial shape.
To make matters worse, Turkey has been struggling with a lack of gas production and supplies.
As a result, Turkey’s gas industry faced a dire situation and its financial problems.
But the government and the industry have finally found a solution.
The government has started a gas plan that includes building new pipelines to export the gas.
As part of the plan, the Turkish Ministry of Petroleum has been given a new plan to build a pipeline to bring natural gas from Turkmenistan to Turkey.
As the plan is being implemented, the industry is already making progress.
At the moment, the plan includes building a pipeline from the Turkmen capital of Urumqi to the port of Ceyhan.
At this point, the gas pipeline will only have to be built through Turkmen territory.
This will be a major boon to the gas sector in Turkey.
However in the near future, Turkey will need to find another source of gas to supply the country with as it has been cutting production and increasing prices.
That could mean an increase in imports of gas and gas imports.
But it also means more gas that will be exported from Turkey.
The Turkish National Petroleum Company (MNT) says the plan will increase Turkey’s energy security by boosting domestic production and reducing its dependency on imports.
In addition, the government has already started importing more gas.
According to the MNT, Turkish imports of natural gas have been increasing at a rapid pace.
As of the end of September, imports of LNG had surpassed imports of condensate.
In the same period, imports were increasing at the rate of 10.5 percent per annum.
It is expected that imports of liquefied natural gas will be up to 50 percent higher in 2018.
In total, the total imported natural gas has increased by 25.2 percent in the last five years.
Turkey has already been producing natural gas since 2007, when the country signed a $5 billion deal with the United States.
However the deal was not renewed due to lack of production.
As more natural gas was being produced, the price of natural fuel increased and gas prices increased.
The gas price went up to a record high in 2014, with gas costs reaching $6.2 per thousand cubic meters.
Now, prices have dropped to a point where it is cheaper to import natural gas than to produce it.
According the Turkish government, it has invested $2 billion in new infrastructure.
The main reason for that is that the country needs to import a lot of gas in order to export it.
The price of gas has also gone up.
In 2015, gas prices went up by about 40 percent in Turkey compared to 2014.
However this time, the increase was less than the 40 percent increase in 2015.
This time, natural gas prices are down about 50 percent compared to last year.
The reason for the decrease in prices is that more natural-gas fields have been opened up and that more gas has been extracted.
So, the prices of natural- gas have increased.
Also, gas is cheaper because the production and transportation of gas is much cheaper than in 2015 when the price was $1.5 per thousand barrels.
The new pipelines and the increased supply of gas will help the Turkish industry expand its operations in the future.
However for now, the Mnt is focused on increasing production.
The Mnt has been building pipelines that will bring natural- and liquefieried natural- Gas to Turkey from Turkmens territory.
So far, the pipelines have already been completed and the pipeline is about 200 kilometers long.
The pipelines are currently being used to transport natural-Gas from Turkmanistan to Europe.
There are plans to open more pipelines in the next five years and to build more pipelines from the Baltic Sea to Turkey’s eastern border.
The expansion of the pipelines will increase the production capacity of the Turkish natural-Gases industry, according MNT CEO, Ali Mustafa.
“We are planning to expand our production capacity in five to six years,”