TALLINN - Finnish state-owned gas company Gasum sent an announcement to Estonian state institutions that they plan to build a liquefied natural gas, or LNG, terminal in southern Finland, for Finland’s own needs, without mentioning a planned gas pipeline with Estonia, reports Delfi.Gasum announced that the LNG terminal will be built either in Joddbole, in Inkoo parish, or Porvoo’s Tolkkinen city district. Gasum made its announcement as it wished to inform Estonia of the plan of building the terminal so that Estonia could react to its environmental effects, which can poten...
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