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Shell studying Gazprom Baltic LNG decision

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According to Reuters, Royal Dutch Shell is considering the implications of Gazprom’s recent decision to move towards the full integration of its Baltic LNG gas processing plants.

Shell is currently a partner in the Baltic LNG project, located in the Leningrad region.

The company made this latest comment in response to a recent report by the newspaper Vedomosti. The report suggested that Gazprom and Shell were holding talks to discuss Shell’s potential departure from the project.

No comment has been released by Gazprom.

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