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Montenegro signs deal for LNG terminal and gas-fired power plant

On Friday (12 May) Montenegro’s Prime Minister, Dritan Abazović signed a Memorandum of Understanding (on behalf of the government) with the Canadian company, Enerflex Energy Systems and the US company, Wethington Energy Innovation on strengthening the country’s gas infrastructure.

The two companies will support Montenegro in the construction of a fixed liquified natural gas (LNG) terminal and its further storage, regasification, and transportation. Both companies have also agreed to support the construction of a greenfield gas-fuelled thermopower plant.

Olin Wethington signed the memorandum on behalf of Wethington Energy Innovation, and Phil Pyle signed on behalf of Enerflex Energy Systems.

‎During the press statements, the importance of cooperation with American companies such as ‎‎Enerflex Energy Systems‎‎ was “particularly emphasised,” the Montenegrin government said.

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