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Mr. Fox



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:36 pm    Post subject: US importing Russian LNG Reply with quote

Sanctions? Meh.

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A tanker carrying liquefied natural gas from a sanctioned project in Russia's Arctic has arrived in Boston Harbor, where it will be offloaded for American users.

The giant tanker is carrying the first LNG exported by the Yamal facility, a $27 billion project whose majority owner is the Russian company Novatek. As of Sunday evening, the tanker was in the Mystic River at an LNG terminal, where the liquefied cargo will be turned back into gas form and distributed to gas companies and electric power utilities.


Washington Post

See also: Commentary: A tale of a tanker, Russian gas, sanctions and energy politics

...and of course, Orlov.
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