AGA, industrial and medical gas company in the Baltics and member of the Linde Group, has invested €20m ($22.5m) in a new production plant in the Kėdainiai free economic zone, Lithuania.
Klaipedos Nafta officially opened its small-scale onshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) reloading station last week.
Last month gas world explored the gas industries of Western Europe, where economic uncertainty prevails in the midst of a number of largely political dynamics. Here we turn to Eastern Europe, where a similar outlook exists, albeit for different, geo-political reasons.
Five Chart cryogenic storage tanks, each measuring over 50 meters in length and with an external diameter of almost six meters, will provide 5,000 cubic meters of LNG storage at the station, which will be equipped with two loading areas for LNG trucks and jetty modules for ship bunkering.