Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: State government welcomes federal decision for LNG terminal

Schwerin (dpa/mv) - The state government in Schwerin welcomes the federal government's decision to locate one of the four temporary liquid gas terminals planned to date in Lubmin in Western Pomerania.

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: State government welcomes federal decision for LNG terminal

Schwerin (dpa/mv) - The state government in Schwerin welcomes the federal government's decision to locate one of the four temporary liquid gas terminals planned to date in Lubmin in Western Pomerania. "We need a reliable energy supply everywhere in Germany. It is therefore right that an LNG terminal is also being built in the Baltic Sea," said the head of the State Chancellery, Patrick Dahlemann, on Tuesday. With its infrastructure and the gas pipelines that run from there both to the south and to the west, Lubmin is ideal for this.

The Federal Ministry of Economics had announced that the terminal in Lubmin should start work at the end of 2023 at the earliest. This is intended to reduce dependency on energy supplies from Russia.

The federally planned terminal is the second project looking to land LNG in Lubmin. The company Deutsche Regas had already announced a project to import liquid gas. This should be ready for production by the end of 2022.

Dahlemann pointed out that the import of LNG also had its downside for the state: "As a tourist country, it was certainly not our goal for gas to reach Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania via the Baltic Sea in large tankers." However, you make your contribution.

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