BAKU, Azerbaijan, May 4. Slovenia’s Minister of Infrastructure Jernej Vrtove has expressed interest in additional capacities from the LNG terminal on the island of Krk, Croatia, Trend reports via Croatian Plinacro company.
Reportedly, Vrtovec visited the LNG terminal on the island of Krk, where he was welcomed by Croatia’s Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Tomislav Ćorić, State Secretary Ivo Milatić, Director of LNG Croatia Hrvoje Krhen and President of the Management Board of Plinacro Ivica Arar.
Minister Ćorić noted that the capacities of the LNG terminal have been increased by 300 million cubic meters of gas per year.
Minister Vrtovec expressed interest in additional capacities to ensure the diversification of gas supplies in Slovenia, which is currently almost entirely dependent on Russian gas imports. Additional volumes of gas from Krk would cover a third of Slovenia's annual needs.
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