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Germany Focused on Energy Import Infrastructure

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Germany is working on improving the countries energy import infrastructure to bring costs down according to Chancellor Olaf Scholz today.

  • "The prices for energy deliveries must be lowered, citizens must be able to pay the prices, and we will take care of that," he said.
  • Germany is rushing to build five floating LNG import terminals on its north coast before the end of the year.
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Germany is working on improving the countries energy import infrastructure to bring costs down according to Chancellor Olaf Scholz today.

  • "The prices for energy deliveries must be lowered, citizens must be able to pay the prices, and we will take care of that," he said.
  • Germany is rushing to build five floating LNG import terminals on its north coast before the end of the year.