Estonia and Finland are coming to an agreement over building a gas pipeline between the two countries and on building LNG terminals in both Estonia and Finland.
Estonian PM Taavi Rõivas
© DELFI / Tomas Vinickas

According to a statement made by Finnish PM Alexander Stubb and Estonian PM Taavi Rõivas Thursday, Finland will have a larger LNG terminal and Estonia will have a smaller one.

Estonian PM Taavi Rõivas said that the earliest date of completion for the Balticconnector gas pipeline is 2018.

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