LNG terminals: EU experts warned of overcapacity

Previously unpublished EU Commission documents are fueling doubts about the German government’s plans to import liquefied natural gas. “Possible additional infrastructure needs” in Germany include a fixed LNG terminal in Brunsbüttel and a floating terminal in Wilhelmshaven, the Directorate General for Energy noted in its summary on a May 5, 2022 meeting.

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