On 5 November 2013, the Energy Market Regulatory Authority
("EMRA") announced a new underground natural gas storage
license for a region covering a part of Aksaray and Konya
It is stated in the announcement that EMRA has received an
application for an underground natural gas storage license relating
to a facility, projected to be located in Sultanhanı,
Eşmekaya, Güneşli, İncesu, Yeşiltömek
villages in Eskil and Central districts of Aksaray and Besci,
Işıklar, Kayalı, Reşadiye and Central villages
in Emirgazi, Karapınar districts of Konya.
For further information on the relevant parcel numbers and GPS
coordinates of the projected facility, please refer to the
announcement of EMRA from its official webpage:
http://www.epdk.gov.tr. It is further emphasized in the
announcement that the deadline for application is set for 19
November 2013 COB. The investors intending to apply shall prepare
and submit their applications at the latest by 19 November 2013
COB. Any application made thereafter will not be taken into
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