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Croatia Aims to Double LNG Import Capacity at Krk

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Croatia is set to increase its floating LNG import terminal at the island of Krk to 6.1 Bcm/year, up from 2.9 Bcm/year according to Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic.

  • "To be better linked, better connected, to provide energy supply security to each other, should be the priority of the initiative," Plenkovic said of the expansion, adding "In the altered circumstances, energy infrastructure is now clearly defined as critical infrastructure,".
  • "We are going to increase its current capacity from 2.9 Bcm to 6.1 Bcm, going far beyond the needs of our industry and households, so as to play a regional role," according to Plenkovic.
  • The terminal began operations ion January 2021. The US is the dominant LNG supplier to Croatia.

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Croatia is set to increase its floating LNG import terminal at the island of Krk to 6.1 Bcm/year, up from 2.9 Bcm/year according to Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic.

  • "To be better linked, better connected, to provide energy supply security to each other, should be the priority of the initiative," Plenkovic said of the expansion, adding "In the altered circumstances, energy infrastructure is now clearly defined as critical infrastructure,".
  • "We are going to increase its current capacity from 2.9 Bcm to 6.1 Bcm, going far beyond the needs of our industry and households, so as to play a regional role," according to Plenkovic.
  • The terminal began operations ion January 2021. The US is the dominant LNG supplier to Croatia.