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Ukraine War Spurs European Natural Gas FSRUs, Terminals, Pipelines

Ukraine War Spurs European Natural Gas FSRUs, Terminals, Pipelines


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GALWAY, IRELAND--June 20, 2022--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--As Russia wages war against Ukraine, many European countries that have depended on Russian natural gas are now scrambling for energy security. This effort includes prioritizing a multitude of floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) projects, along with import terminals and pipelines.

Listed below are projects tracked by Industrial Info throughout Europe that could help wean the continent from Russian natural gas.

In the Baltics, the Klaipeda floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) terminal has proven to be valuable for Lithuania as well as neighbouring countries Estonia and Latvia following the completion of the Balticconnector pipeline between Finland and Estonia. Subscribers to Industrial Info's Global Market Intelligence (GMI) Oil & Gas Pipelines Project Database can click here for related projects. However, following completion of the Gas Interconnector Poland to Lithuania (GIPL) pipeline, it is expected more gas from this terminal will flow to the west. Subscribers can click here for projects linked to the GIPL project.

Companies featured: Eni S.p.A (NYSE:E)

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