Gazprom plans to invest 182.4 billion roubles ($3.2 billion) this year in Turkish Stream gas pipeline project, said the company's deputy chairman on January 15, 2018.
He also said that the company will spend another 114.5 billion roubles to Nord Stream 2, which will carry 55 billion cubic meters of Russian gas to Germany per year.
Medvedev reminded that the company spent around 92.8 billion roubles in Turkish Stream last year.
The 1st line of the Turkish Stream gas project will reach the Turkish shore in May of 2018 and will be in service at the end of 2019.
450 kilometers of pipes will be laid over a 930-kilometer route under the Black Sea to reach the Thrace region of Turkey along the Black Sea coast.