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The Qatar-Turkey pipeline was a proposal to build a natural gas pipeline from the Iranian–Qatari South Pars/North Dome Gas-Condensate field towards Turkey, where it could connect with the Nabucco pipeline to supply European customers as well as Turkey. One route to Turkey was via Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Syria, and another was through Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iraq. Syria's rationale for rejecting the Qatar proposal was said to be "to protect the interests of [its] Russian ally, which is Europe's top supplier of natural gas."
- Nafeez Ahmed, The Guardian, 30 August 2013, Syria intervention plan fueled by oil interests, not chemical weapon concern
- Pipelines International, March 2010, Pipeline projects in the Middle East
- The National, 26 August 2009, Qatar seeks gas pipeline to Turkey
- The National, 18 January 2010, Turkey touts proposed gas pipeline from Qatar
- ORSAM, January 2011, Is the Qatar-Iraq-Turkey-Europe Natural Gas Pipeline Project Feasible?
- Pepe Escobar, Al Jazeera, 6 August 2012, Syria's Pipelineistan war