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LNG REGASIFICATION TERMINALS ACCESS CAPACITY ANALYSIS FOR SECURITY OF EUROPEAN NATURAL GAS SUPPLY

Matija Veselić
Daria Karasalihović Sedlar
Lidia Hrnčević


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Sažetak

Increasing natural gas consumption, declining North Sea gas
reserves, increased production costs and the deregulation of European gas
and electricity markets have all combined to create new opportunities for
LNG in Europe. In these circumstances, LNG represents an opportunity
for many European countries to diversify their natural gas supply,
while decreasing their dependence on Russian natural gas import at the
same time. The largest exporters of LNG to Europe are Qatar, Algeria,
Nigeria, Trinidad & Tobago, Egypt and Oman. Spain, Great Britain
and France are the largest European importers of LNG. Spain has six
LNG regasification terminals, followed by four in Great Britain, three in
France, two in Italy and Turkey and finally Greece and Portugal with one
terminal each. New LNG regasification terminals are currently under
construction in Italy, Spain, Sweden and Netherlands. In addition, more
than 30 new LNG terminal projects have been proposed around Europe.
Italy plans to construct as many as 10 new regasification terminals,
due to the strong orientation of its national energy policy towards
LNG. Many European countries are strongly considering participating
in the LNG chain for the first time, namely Albania, Cyprus, Ireland,
Lithuania, Germany, Poland, Romania, Ukraine and Croatia. This paper
focuses on a specific aspect of the LNG supply chain: the import facility

Ključne riječi

LNG regasification terminals, terminal capacity, natural gas consumption

Hrčak ID:

75111

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/75111

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