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The Shah Deniz field in the Caspian Sea was discovered in 1999 and covers 860 sq kms with 1000 bcm of gas and 2 bbn bbls of condensate initially in place. Up to 2020 the field had produced over 130 bcm of gas and 250 mm bbls of condensate.

The first phase of the Shah Deniz field began production in 2006 delivering up to 10 bcm of gas each year to Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey. Second phase production began in 2018 which, at plateau, adds 16 bcm of gas production capacity to bring total capacity to 26 bcm.

With the completion of the SGC pipeline system in early 2021, this additional Shah Deniz gas flows to Georgia, Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Albania and Italy. The pipelines that make up the SGC system consist of the South Caucasus Pipeline expansion (SCPx) through Azerbaijan and Georgia, a 428 km, 48-inch pipeline through Azerbaijan, a 59 km, 48-inch pipeline and 2 new compressor stations in Georgia, a 1,300 km, 56-inch pipeline and 600km, 48-inch pipeline across Turkey (TANAP), and an 878 km, 48-inch pipeline across Greece, Albania and Italy (TAP).


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