© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Common view of the brand new floating LNG fuel terminal, which permits Germany to import LNG by way of ship from different nations, within the harbour in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, November 15, 2022. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer/File Photograph
BERLIN (Reuters) – The launch of a floating terminal for liquefied (LNG) in Lubmin, Germany, which was due firstly of December, has been delayed by a number of weeks, Der Spiegel information journal reported on Thursday.
The delay is because of pending approval procedures, Spiegel stated. It quoted an organization spokesperson for terminal operator Deutsche Regas as saying: “We count on to begin the terminal earlier than the tip of December, the month runs till the thirty first.”