Attempts to build an LNG terminal in Germany have stalled in the past, but a new project aimed at importing LNG for trucks and ships may fare better.
Last week, the European Commission approved a newly created joint venture by Germany’s Oiltanking and Dutch companies Gasunie and Vopak. The JV plans to build and operate the LNG terminal, which will likely be located in or near Hamburg – perhaps in Brunsbüttel.
"In the past, the discussions were about [an] LNG terminal in Wilhelmshaven or a small-scale...
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