Estonia is to likely support Alexela in the latter's dispute with the European Commission in connection with the Commission‘s decision not to support building the liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Paldiski. According to the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Lithuania's Klaipeda terminal does not ensure the alternative gas supply reliability.
Estonia wants to get involved in the court dispute in the framework of which Alexela's subsidiary Balti Gaas has brought an action against the European Commission in connection with the decision ...
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