Greece Plans to Expand Export Capacity to 8.5 Bcm/yr by 2025

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Greece expects to expand its pipeline natural gas export capacity to 8.5 billion cubic meters per year (roughly 5.8 million tons of LNG) as part of its effort to supply southeastern Europe with LNG from its planned import terminals, the head of Greek gas transmission systems operator (TSO) Desfa, Maria Rita Galli, told Energy Intelligence.

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