Balkans | Bulgaria: Negotiations are continuing with Turkey to obtain one billion cubic meters of LNG capacity

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Bulgarian Energy Minister Hristov said that negotiations are underway to use 1 billion cubic meters of capacity from Turkish LNG terminals.

Bulgarian Energy Minister Rosen Hristov, in a statement to reporters, stated that they do not have any problems in purchasing LNG, but they do have problems in the area where it can be unloaded.

They use the Revithoussa LNG terminal in Greece, Hristov stated, “This terminal is very busy. The agreement for the construction of a Floating LNG Gasification and Storage Unit (FSRU) in Alexandroupolis also begins in 2024. We still need an additional 1 billion cubic meters of capacity. We are negotiating from In order to maintain the capacity of one billion cubic meters per year of LNG terminals in Turkey and to transport gas from the BOTAS network to our borders. He said.

Stating that they can use any terminal in Turkey, Hristov added that agreements will be signed with various LNG suppliers in order to secure supplies.

Bulgaria’s annual consumption of natural gas is about 3.5 billion cubic meters.

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