Articles by Ercan Ersoy



Pricey Oil May Hurt Economy

  • 12 August 09
  • Reuters
A fragile global economic recovery will be hurt if oil prices stay at $70 per barrel or rise higher, International Energy Agency chief economist Fatih Birol said in an interview.

Turkey Warming To Russian Energy

  • 23 July 08
  • and Orhan Coskun
Turkey wants to boost cooperation with Russia, its top gas supplier, ending a frosty period marked by differences over the Nabucco pipeline to Europe, an official and analysts said.

Alfa Secures 13% Turkcell Stake

  • 29 November 05
  • Reuters
Alfa Telecom has sealed a deal for 13 percent of Turkish mobile firm Turkcell, prompting legal action from Nordic group TeliaSonera, whose plans for control of Turkcell have been dashed.

Putin Backs Turkey as Energy Hub

  • 18 November 05
  • Reuters
The leaders of Russia, Turkey and Italy pledged on Thursday to boost oil and gas cooperation and bring Europe greater energy security after inaugurating a natural gas pipeline under the Black Sea.

Turkey Says Blue Stream On Track

  • 28 September 01
  • Reuters
Turkish regional energy projects will continue to be implemented despite likely U.S. military acts.

Turkish Probe Fails to Sap Blue Stream Plan

  • 26 January 01
  • Reuters
Turkey said this week that Gazprom's giant project to carry Russian gas to Turkey under the Black Sea was going ahead despite a corruption probe into the Energy Ministry.

Caspian Oil, Gas Group Presents Plans to Turkey

Trans Caspian Gas Favored by Turkey

Turks Plan Pipeline for Russia's Gas

Chevron, Turks Discuss Oil Shipment