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Germany’s LNG Acceleration Law shows that Western states can still build when they need to

Those who build, invest in, or closely follow major infrastructure developments were rightly struck by how quickly Germany managed to build its first LNG import terminal which came online in December 2022. The long timelines and bureaucratic risks imposed on proponents worldwide are discouraging investment in major infrastructure at a time when we could not need it more, to address a variety of climate, economic, and security goals. As such, a Western example of major infrastructure being built at pace is both welcome and of great interest.

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