According to Slovenian media, the country is currently not planning to connect to the future Croatian liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal that will be build off the coast of Krk island in the Adriatic Sea, but welcomes the additional energy source.
Slovenian Ministry of Infrastructure welcomed the project, but stated that Slovenia and its energy company Geoplin have not applied as investors to the project. Connecting to LNG terminal would require that Slovenia builds a new, strong compressor station, which is not planned for now, otherwise LNG would have to be transported by road and than regasified in Slovenia.
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Tags: Croatia, gas, gas supply, LNG, LNG terminal, Slovenia