Germany Finishes First LNG Jetty In Wilhelmshaven

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Germany has concluded construction of the country’s first LNG jetty in Wilhelmshaven, where one of the several floating storage and regasification units (FSRU) will be located, as Europe’s largest economy steps up efforts to reduce its heavy dependence on Russian gas supplies.

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