Qatari liquefied natural gas…

Qatar said yesterday it was interested in investing 5 billion euros to develop energy projects in Greece. The two countries signed an agreement to export Qatari liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the country and build LNG terminals in Greece. The agreement includes plans for a 3.5-billion-euro LNG terminal with a capacity of 7 billion cubic meters in western Greece, to be built by Qatar Petroleum, the emirate’s state oil company. The two countries will also set up a joint committee to look further into the projects.

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