Talk:Shah Deniz gas field

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Cheers all.

The search engine is not good especially for this article - it is not easy to find the article when searching from wikipedia. I had to first find the article via and then, if I wanted to go to it from homepage, I had to type in the search form "Shah Deniz gas field" - with the capital letters. Other searches like "shah deniz" or "shah deniz gas field" gave no result. This is sick !!!

Somebody fix it. Thanks

Ownership by national geographic and BBC Report[edit]

1. 25.5% BP Ameco (London) 2. 25.5% Statoil Norwegian company 3. 10% total (French) 4. 10% LUK oil (Russian) 5. 10% Azerbaijan Government 6. 10% Iran Oil Industries Engineering & Construction 8. 9% Turkish Petroleum Overseas Company —Preceding unsigned comment added by Asheemak (talkcontribs) 20:17, 10 June 2008 (UTC)

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Shah Deniz Phase - 2[edit]

Considering the magnitude and scale of phase-2 development it should be information included into the article about this process since it's estimated to be around $45 billion including 2 greenfield pipelines, TANAP and TAP. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 10:35, 27 June 2014 (UTC)