Croatia to invest €180m in gas and LNG infrastructure


The Republic of Croatia is to invest €180m in developing the Zlobin-Bosiljevo gas pipeline and increasing capacity of the LNG terminal in Krk.

Around €155m will be invested in the gas pipeline network and €25m is earmarked for the expansion of the terminal’s capacity.

Speaking in the introductory part of the Government session about current and further measures to mitigate the consequences of the energy crisis, Prime Minister Plenković announced that the Government will make a strategic decision on increasing the capacity of the LNG terminal on Krk.

He said the additional investment will raise 6.1bcm of gas per year.

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