The new higher investment in renewables is setting up demand for all fossil fuels to peak or plateau, says the International Energy Agency.
LNG cargoes will help alleviate a tight global LNG market and gas shortages in Europe as winter looms following Russia-Ukraine conflict.
President Erdogan hails "exceptional level" of ties between the "brotherly countries" and seeks greater cooperation in all areas including natural gas, during a phone call with his Algerian counterpart Tebboune.
A project to make Türkiye an energy hub would require additional investments that need to be worked out, says Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
Speaking at Russia Energy Week, President Putin says that Moscow can redirect supplies intended for the damaged Nord Stream pipelines to the Black Sea to create an energy hub in Türkiye.
The Mediterranean country controls more than two-thirds of the global market for boron, a "wonder element", which is increasingly being used in high-tech industries.
The oil-exporting cartel cut production by a larger-than-expected 2 million barrels per day starting in November.
Authorities have launched an investigation into what caused all power plants to trip, plunging the capital, Dhaka, and other big cities into darkness.
The seizures come as Germany is scrambling to wean itself off its dependence on Russian fossil fuels, while Moscow has stopped natural gas deliveries to Germany via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline.
Points of discussion include a price cap on Russian gas, a windfall levy on non-gas power plants, and a bloc-wide cut in electricity demand.
The government's move partly delays the country's nuclear exit decided under former chancellor Angela Merkel after the Fukushima disaster in 2011.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan commented on several foreign policy matters, including energy, Russia, and Greece before starting a three-day tour of the Balkans.
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