MET Group Seeking LNG For German Downstream Buyers

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Switzerland-based trader MET Group is interested in supplying LNG to large German industrial companies and municipal utilities, according to the CEO of the company’s German subsidiary MET Germany, Joerg Selbach-Roentgen. Negotiations are currently underway with global LNG suppliers, with the expectation that new deals will lead to more long-term supplies for Europe’s largest gas importer.

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