LNG still too costly: oil chiefs

LNG still too costly: oil chiefs

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  1. 75 years on from D-Day, is it time Germany liberated itself from the US? - Wake Up UK Reply

    […] This 1,200km (746 miles) long construction, which would carry gas straight from Russia to Germany under the Baltic Sea is good news for Russia, Germany and European consumers, who will see their gas bills lowered, but not for the US, which wants European countries to buy its more expensive LNG. […]

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