Slovakia's Bratislava port eyes LNG terminal
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A liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, which will cost approx. EUR 40 million (USD 48.3 million), is being built in a public port in Bratislava, Slovakia, Offshore-energy-biz reports.
The development of the LNG terminal in the public port of Bratislava is currently in the preparation phase, the port informed in its statement. The LNG terminal will be located on the main course of the Danube and will span 5,500 square meters.
The LNG terminal will consist of facilities for LNG production, for refueling of road tanks, for LNG storage, and for bunkering of ships. This is a part of the European Union plan to build the Rhine-Danube transport corridor, which aims to make transport greener. The construction is expected to begin next year, with completion expected in 2026.
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