U.S. LNG FOR EUROPE-2
Officials from governments in central and eastern Europe who deal with energy security issues said they viewed US LNG as a boring product – at least regarding its ability to disrupt their gas market.
Their remarks, made at an Atlantic Council conference 'US LNG Exports and European Energy Security' on April 28 made it clear that 'boring' was a good attribute for gas exports. Regarding the diminishing importance of energy security in the last decade, Vaclav Bartuska, Ambassador-at-Large for Energy Security at the Czech foreign ministry, said his country had "done its homework" via a pipeline built in the 1990s and a contract…
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