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Croatian FSRU revives talks of reverse flow to Hungary

Plans for reverse-flow capacity on the Hungarian-Croatian interconnector have faced lengthy delays, but proposals for an LNG terminal in Krk have revived interest Plans for reverse-flow capacity on the Hungarian-Croatian interconnector have faced lengthy delays, but proposals for an LNG terminal in Krk have revived interest.
By Dariusz Kalan 24 July 2017 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power 0 26899
Companies are interested in adding reverse-flow capacity to the Hungarian-Croatian interconnector. (EC)

Croatia’s plans to install a floating LNG terminal have revived interest in adding reverse-flow capabilities to the Hungary-Croatia interconnector, and strained relations between the two countries are unlikely to get in the way, industry sources have said. 

Croatia and Hungary signed a letter of intent to enable the reverse flow of gas in late June. The talks have been difficult because of disputes over Croatia’s oil and gas player INA and high cross-border tariffs set by Hungary.

A lack of infrastructure on the Croatian side means...