TALLINN - Finnish energy company Gasum Oy and Estonian energy company AS Alexela Energia presented on Aug. 18 at the European Commission the alternative models of cooperation of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal to be built in the Gulf of Finland, reports Public Broadcasting.In February, Gasum and Alexela signed a memorandum at the request of the European Commission on additional analyses of the regional LNG terminal project, aimed to map out possible forms of cooperation by the end of May. The companies submitted in June their plans, which the European Commission said...
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