EE: Nord Gas to build LPG terminal in Estonia.

By bne IntelliNews December 22, 2009
Nord Gas, a company that plans to build a LPG terminal in Estonia , announced that investment in the terminal would amount to EUR 65-70mn. Sander Maasik, board member of the company, said that agreements with investors are negotiated and the construction works are expected to start in H2/10. The company has signed letter of intents with ports of Muuga and Sillamae, where the terminal could be situated. The company plans to build a terminal with throughput capacity of 0.7mn 0.8mn tonnes of LPG gas.

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