Vopak E.O.S., the largest independent oil product terminal operator in the Baltics, which wishes to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Muuga, east of Tallinn, also remains ready to set up an additional regional terminal that is estimated to cost approximately 250 million euros.
“The Tallinn LNG terminal is one of the projects to which the EU has given priority and which is eligible for support,” Vopak spokesperson Olga van Kampen told BNS. “The size of the investment depends on the size of the terminal planned for the Muuga port.”
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