Today, SOCAR is Georgia's main gas supplying company, according to the CEO of the SOCAR oil company Rovnag Abdullayev. In his statement today at the Oil and Gas of Turkmenistan (OGT) 2021 International Investment Forum, he said that SOCAR also supplies gas to Turkey, which has already received around 82 bln CBM gas via the Shah Deniz gas field. Turkey was provided by more than 12 bln CBM gas on 30 June 2018, when the Southern Gas Corridor started functioning.
In Abdullayev's words, the company has also started distributing gas to Greece, Bulgaria, and Italy, and it actively operates in Europe.
According to the CEO of the SOCAR, the investment value of the Southern Gas Corridor totals about $33 bln; it has already covered seven countries and connected the Caspian Sea region to Southeast Europe.