Implications of Turkey's Failed Coup Attempt on the Energy Sector

An Assessment for the Implications for the Energy Sector

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The failed coup attempt has created increased volatility in Turkey but the government has acted decisively with robust policies to reinstate stability and confidence in the economy. Turkey’s energy sector has been relatively unaffected during the past few weeks but some potential delays in projects are expected as the government tackles the security threat.

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