Lithuanian parliament to discuss reduced port charges for LNG

By Staff reporter 19 April 2017

Lithuania’s parliament will discuss a proposal from the country’s transport minister to calculate port charges for small LNG carriers based on the volume of LNG loaded, according to Baltic Business Daily.

According to the draft government resolution, the plan would create "attractive and competitive conditions for LNG distribution and bunkering operations in the port of Klaipeda, […] encourage LNG imports, […] reduce the floating storage and regasification unit’s operating costs and […] set in place the pre-conditions for reducing natural gas prices for end-users".


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