|Partners||National Iranian Oil Company, BOTAŞ|
|Maximum discharge||14 billion cubic meters per year|
The construction of pipeline started in 1996 after signing a gas deal between Turkish and Iranian governments. The gas deal was signed on 30 August 1996. The pipeline was commissioned on 26 July 2001.
The Iran-Turkey pipeline has been blown up several times by PKK guerillas.
On 1 January 2008, Iran reduced gas supplies to Turkey, and on 7 January 2008 gas supplies were stopped because of cut-off gas supplies from Turkmenistan. The supplies were restored on 27 January 2008. The supply was cut off again in February 2008 because of bad weather conditions.
- "Iran-Turkey pipeline blast cuts gas flow -source". Reuters. 2007-09-10. Retrieved 2008-03-07.
- Gareth Jones (2008-01-27). "Iran resumes gas exports to Turkey". Reuters. Retrieved 2008-03-07.
- Orhan Coskun; Gareth Jones (2008-02-08). "Cold halts Iran gas exports to Turkey -minister". Reuters. Retrieved 2008-03-07.