Gazprom and Shell confirm their interest in implementation of Baltic LNG project
Gazprom and Shell have confirmed their interest in implementation of the Baltic LNG project, IAA PortNews correspondent cites Aleksandr Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Board, Gazprom, and Maarten Wetselaar, Integrated Gas and New Energies Director, Shell, as saying at the 7th St. Petersburg International Gas Forum (SPIGF-2017).
“Baltic LNG project will develop and we are participating in it financially”, said Maarten Wetselaar.
According to Shell, global LNG demand is 265 mln t per year and its growth prospects are good, particularly due to the markets of China, India and other Asian countries.
Therefore, Shell believes, the development of Sakhalin LNG plant also has good prospects.
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