Klaipedos Nafta is considering installing a power plant at its liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, saying the state's promised 10-million-euro support would help turn the idea into a project.
Arunas Molis, the head of LNG at the state-controlled company, says gas vapor that accumulates in the storage tanks of the floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) could be used to generate electricity.
"In addition to its main task of gasification, the Klaipeda LNG terminal's FSRU may also perform the function of electricity generatio...
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