Diverging fortunes for Germany’s three rival LNG projects

RWE remains bullish on the Brunsbüttel LNG project on the Elbe River and works towards financial close before June 2021, while Uniper has been forced to re-evaluate its Wilhelmshaven project in the absence of binding bookings. Stade LNG, the largest rival in scale and scope, is holding an open season for non-binding import capacity prior to inviting firm bookings in the first quarter and aspires to take FID around April or May, our Markets Editor Anja Karl investigates.

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