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The role of terminal operators in securing greener energy for Europe

LNG plays an important role in the European energy landscape and the proportion of LNG imports in the overall natural gas importation has consistently risen in recent years. But the EU is also poised for a substantial surge in energy carrier imports, including hydrogen, synthetic methane, ammonia, and methanol. This report looks at how terminals and infrastructure may evolve over the coming years …

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