Thursday, January 9, 2020

Finland diversifies gas import, disengages from Gazprom

The russian department of german international broadcaster Deutsche Welle announced that Finland is going to import gas from Estonia now:

"The Russian company Gazprom Export, a subsidiary of the Gazprom corporation, has ceased to be the only gas supplier to Finland. As AFP reported on Saturday, January 4, citing the Estonian national electricity operator Elering AS, the bi-directional Balticconnector gas pipeline between Inkoo municipality in southern Finland and Paldiski in northern Estonia was commissioned on January 1. It will allow delivering gas to Latvia via Latvia from Estonia, received, in particular, from Norway."

You can read the rest of the piece using a translator via this link.

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