November 28, 2012

Ukraine Tries to Cut Loose from Russia

Sacramento Bee, Sacramento Bee

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Ukraine started the construction of the terminal for LNG regasification in Odesa region, southern Ukraine. In the meantime, the U.S. Excelerete Energy  L.P. will provide a mobile floating platform for receiving and processing of the liquefied natural gas during the construction of the ground terminal, according to Interfax Ukraine. The LNG terminal may subsequently cover from 30 to 50 percent of Ukraine's domestic demand for gas, stated the Ukrainian government officials.

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