Contention over one-year-old LNG terminal continues

On this day last year, the floating LNG regasification and storage unit Independence sailed into the port of Klaipėda. The LNG terminal is a crucial element in Lithuania's striving for energy independence from Russian gas and electricity imports, but arguments continue about who is going to pay for the facility's maintenance.
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