Germany purchases LNG from the Emirates

Germany will receive liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the United Arab Emirates as a substitute for missing energy supplies from Russia. During the visit of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) to the Gulf state, the Essen-based energy company RWE concluded a contract on Sunday for an initial delivery of 137,000 cubic meters of LNG. It is to be the first shipment to arrive at the new LNG terminal in Brunsbüttel near Hamburg in December 2022. According to RWE, a memorandum was signed for multi-year deliveries starting in 2023.

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