Vopak E.O.S plans to construct a 4,000 m3 LNG terminal in Muuga, with plans to increase capacity in the future.
According to the Baltic News Service, a Vopak spokesperson says that they plan to start construction in the ‘near future’ and that the first phase is due to be complete in a year’s time.
The company is considering requesting funding from the EU for the project.
Plans to build a regional LNG terminal at Muuga, east of Tallinn were first launched in 2012, in response to market demands.
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