Thursday, January 21, 2021
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First LNG carrier arrives at Krk

This morning, the LNG carrier Tristar Ruby has arrived at the Krk terminal in Croatia, the first LNG carrier to arrive at the terminal, in accordance with the planned deadlines.

The FSRU vessel ‘LNG CROATIA’ left Viktor Lenac shipyard

The FSRU vessel 'LNG CROATIA' has left Viktor Lenac shipyard and has departed for Spain. The arrival of the vessel at the location of the terminal is expected early December in order for the terminal to start commercial operations on January.

DESFA becomes partner in the Alexandroupolis LNG terminal

DESFA signed an agreement for the acquisition of a 20% stake in Gastrade, the company that develops the LNG terminal in Alexandroupolis, which will strengthen Greece’s position as a natural gas transit hub for Southeastern Europe.
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