The Serbian Ministry of Mining and Energy and Russian gas company Gazprom have signed an agreement on the construction of LNG stations in Serbia. In March, the Serbian government said it was considering the construction of four LNG-powered plants.
“Only recently has the world realized we need to change and do it fast,” Mieczyslaw Struk, Marshal of the northern Polish Pomorskie region, said at the 10th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region in Gdansk.
A multipolar network of energy hubs is emerging in the Central and Southeast Europe. The political dynamics of the interconnection process, between Russian sources and new sources from the US and elsewhere, leave some nations in better positions than others.
The Croatian Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy announced the proposal of a special Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal Act, which would directly assign LNG Croatia's maritime concession to the floating LNG terminal.