Buslavets confirmed the refusal of the American company to supply LNG to Ukraine
Acting Energy Minister Olha Buslavets confirmed the information that the American Louisiana Natural Gas Exports refused a cooperation project with Ukraine, which provided for long-term supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the amount of about 5 billion cubic meters of gas per year, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
“There was a refusal, there was no additional communication after that,” she said at a press conference in Kyiv on Friday.
She also said that there was no new information on this issue.
As reported, at the end of May 2020, the Cabinet of Ministers approved a memorandum of cooperation with Louisiana Natural Gas Exports on possible LNG supplies from the United States to Ukraine and the development of gas infrastructure with Poland.
According to the data released by the People's Deputy Oleksii Honcharenko (European Solidarity faction) in his Telegram channel, the document provides for an annual volume of LNG supplies of about 5.5 billion cubic meters, and its price will be determined in accordance with prices on the American gas exchange Henry Hub.
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