Jan 9 (LNGJ) – The Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said at the opening of US-Bulgarian trade talks that the Balkan nation planned to buy a 20 percent stake in a floating liquefied natural gas import terminal off northern Greece.
Borissov said that the Bulgarian stake in the terminal would be the same as that of Greece’s state energy company DEPA and would be held by gas company Bulgartransgaz. The terminal is being developed by Greek company Gastrade off the Greek port of Alexandroupolis. The LNG terminal stake would give Bulgaria an alternative source of gas supplies to the recently started Turkstream pipeline from Russia via Turkey.Previous:
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