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30% of all liquefied gas supplies to Greece are destined for Bulgaria – Novinite.com

A historic record for natural liquefied gas terminal on the Greek Isle of Revithosanear the capital Athens, is expected in June, the Greek reports the Kathimerini newspaper.

30 percent of the total planned delivery capacity is for Bulgaria, media estimates, referring to the operator of the terminal. Smaller quantities are destined for the Romanian market.

Next month, liquefied gas tankers will arrive every other day. 7 tankers were planned, there are now 14. Kathimerini compares the situation with that of April and this month when there are two tankers arriving a week.

The increase in liquefied traffic gas terminal in Revithosa will continue in the months to come, the Greek publishing notes. The reason – domestic demand in Greece is expected to increase and exports to Bulgaria continue to.

Kathimerini pointed out that this is an entirely new situation to Revithosa is natural liquefied gas terminal and is due to the interruption of Russian gas for BulgariaKathimerini was quoted as saying by BNR.

Another floating storage tank should be added to Revithosa by July, which will increase the terminal’s capacity by 150,000 cubic meters of liquefied natural gas. This is considered necessary for Greece’s energy security in the event of a complete disruption of the Russian grid gas supplies, reports the newspaper.

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