Yamal LNG Cargo Heads to Spain Amid Shipping Ban Tensions

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Spain is scheduled next week to receive the first LNG cargo from Russia since its invasion of Ukraine, although it's unclear if the vessel will ultimately be allowed to enter the Spanish port given rising tensions.

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