Investors from Japan, Middle East show interest in Baltic LNG
MOSCOW (Reuters) — Investors from Japan and Middle East have shown interest in Gazprom’s Baltic LNG project, Gazprom Deputy Chief Executive Officer Alexander Medvedev said in an interview to the Rossiya-24 TV channel on Friday.
Baltic LNG is due to start producing liquefied natural gas in 2022–2023. Gazprom signed a memorandum of understanding on the project with oil major Royal Dutch Shell last year.
The plant is due to produce between 10 MMtpy and 15 MMtpy of LNG.
Reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin; Editing by Maria Kiselyova
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