Interview with GoranFrancic, Chief Executive Officer, LNG Croatia
At the end of 2017, the EU announced the signing of a grant agreement in which it will be contributing €101.4mn into the construction of Croatia’s Krk LNG terminal, which is more than a quarter of the overall cost of the project.
Contributed by: PeterPoptchev, Consultant, Foreign Policy and Energy Analysis
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