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Liquefied natural gas terminal may appear in Czech Republic

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State raw material distributor board member Frantisek Todt said Czech company Čepro wants to build an LNG terminal.

An LNG terminal in Čepro is planned to be built in the Litoměřice region in the northwest of the European republic.

“The company Čepro is soon ready to build a liquefied natural gas terminal in the Litoměřice region. LNG could be brought here from the Baltic States by rail, and possibly by sea in the future, if the transport problem in the lower Elbe River is resolved. “Our company already has warehouses in the area,” Todt said.

In early May, Prime Minister Petr Fiala stressed that, in a meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, the Czech Republic will discuss with Germany the prospects for the collective operation of LNG terminals that Berlin will build.

Source: Riafan

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