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LNG import quotas in Lithuania – breaking Gazprom’s Monopoly

Until 2014, Russia’s Gazprom had a natural gas monopoly in Lithuania. To break the Russian monopoly, the Lithuanian state financed an import terminal for liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Klaipeda. Source: Simon Schulte, Florian Weiser

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