Croatia poised to become Europe's next importer

Croatia’s first floating, storage and regasification unit (FSRU) has arrived at the terminal site on Krk Island in the Adriatic Sea. The LNG Croatia FSRU, formerly known as the LNG vessel Golar Viking, was converted in China and delivered in mid-September. It has just arrived from the 6.4m t/y Sagunto import terminal in Spain, with a commissioning cargo which it will use to test certain systems aboard the vessel and the onshore facilities, before starting commercial operations on 1 January 2021. The 1.45m t/y import terminal cost 233.6 million euros, with the EU funding just under half from the Connecting Europe Facility. A second phase of 2.9m t/y is planned for the future, with the facil

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