Spain activates another methane tanker maritime corridor between Cartagena and Italy

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The Minister of Ecological Transition, Theresa Riverahas announced the launch of a second maritime corridor for methane tankers that allow the transport of liquefied natural gas from the port of Cartagena to the south of Italy. The announcement of this second corridor is due to Spain’s response to try to provide gas to the countries of Central Europe and thus cover their energy needs before the arrival of winter.

This shuttle will be the second that Spain launches after the one announced between the ports of Barcelona and Livorno (northern Italy), intended for small methane tankers to collect natural gas at the Catalan port’s maritime facilities, where there are facilities dedicated to regasification.

Source: lainformacion.com

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