In January-October this year, 23.61 billion cubic meters of gas (7.3% more than 2019) were transported through Azerbaijan's main gas pipelines, Report says, referring to the State Statistics Committee.
During the reporting period, 41.7% of gas was delivered via the Baku-Tbilisi-Erzurum South Caucasus Pipeline. The pipeline carried 9.85 billion cubic meters of gas. It is 17.6% more than in January-October 2019.
The South Caucasus Pipeline supplies gas from the Shah Deniz condensate field in the Azerbaijani sector of the Caspian Sea to Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey. The South Caucasus Pipeline was commissioned in late 2006 and began transporting gas provided under the first phase of the Shah Deniz field. In the summer of 2018, the gas produced under the second phase of the Shah Deniz field will be delivered to Turkey via the expanded South Caucasus Pipeline - the TANAP pipeline.