ReachX logo

A second LNG terminal in Greece – does it make sense?

Research

Publication Date: 22 Oct 2019 - By ECA L. By ECA L.
Actionable
Differentiated

Thematic Equity EU Energy

The first (non-binding) market test for Gastrade’s proposed floating LNG terminal in northern Greece drew capacity bids of 12.2bcm per year, more than twice its planned technical capacity.

The project aims to promote diversified supplies, and increase energy security and competition in the Greek and regional southe-eastern European market. Gastrade is partly owned by GasLog Ltd. (NYSE: GLOG) and DEPA S.a. (the public gas company of Greece).

Can the project live up to expectations?

A second LNG terminal in Greece does it make sense

Source: Economic Consulting Associates

Pages: 2

Released: 22 Oct 2019

Download Report

The Author

ECA L.

Utilities, Construction, Energy

Connect

 

Most read