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Latvia looks to become LNG trading hub for Europe

THE Baltic coast looks set to get another LNG terminal as Latvia steps up efforts to become a regional trading hub of the super-chilled fuel, a BNN Bloomberg report said yesterday.

Tim Daiss
Latvia looks to become LNG trading hub for Europe

Only one LNG import terminal currently serves the Baltic states (the Klaipeda facility in Lithuania), while another is set to start up this winter in Finland, where flows from Russia were cut in May. However,...

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