terça-feira, 28 de outubro de 2014

Northern Baltic countries relieves gas and annoys Russia

' ' Independence "is, precisely, the name of the ship carrying the first shipment of liquefied gas to the Baltic Sea from Norway.

The vessel launched in Lithuanian seaport Klaipeda anchor, a fundamental step to cut the moorings on the constraint permanebte threat from Moscow.

Several hundred people came to cheer on the vessel, which measures three football fields in length.

The Lithuania will be able to import up to 4 billion cubic meters of gas per year from 2015, according to sources from the Norwegian company Statoil.

The Lithuanian Government recently suggested that the apparent mission of phantom Russian submarine in waters of the North Sea, is related to this shipment of natural gas, at a time when Vilnius redoubles efforts to declare energy independence vis-à-vis the Russian giant Gazprom.

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