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RWE Plans New German Baltic Floating LNG Import Terminal

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German utility RWE is planning to install one of its two floating LNG import terminals offshore Lubmin on the German Baltic Sea coast, as part of the country’s plans to reduce its dependence on Russian pipeline gas imports.

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