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Croatian FLNG terminal delayed

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Reuters are reporting that Croatia's FLNG terminal in the northern Adriatic will take a year longer to complete than initially expected.

The capacity of the terminal, now expected to be finished in 2019, is seen at around 2 billion m3 of gas a year, with Croatia targeting central European markets as well as domestic.

The terminal, to be built on the northern Adriatic island of Krk, is among projects the EU sees as important to its efforts to enhance energy security and reduce dependence on Russian gas.

Croatia had originally aimed to construct a land-based terminal with three times higher capacity than the floating one, but such plans were now left for a later stage depending on future gas demand in the future.

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