TALLINN - The liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal planned to be built in either Estonia or Finland would create a market that currently doesn’t really exist, an analysis commissioned by the Estonian Economy and Communications Ministry states, reports Public Broadcasting.“The LNG terminal, if it excised, would definitely have a positive effect on the Estonian gas market. The gas market doesn’t exist in reality in Estonia, we only have one supplier and it is possible to supply gas only from Russia. Existence of the terminal as such would be welcome and would create ...
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