I think we should pull that statement straight. Germany thinks about putting a couple of floaters up in order to provide a figleaf for the loss of Russian gas volumes. No floater on Earth will ever replace a well-built, large onshore LNG terminal in capacity, flexibility, and reliability. I don’t even talk of economics. Germany is a big industrialized economy that’s very gas reliant. An FLNFG terminal is a stopgap solution or for rather smallish markets that can digest the inflexibility, they bring. Germany is not that place so is it a stopgap then?
Green vice-chancellor Robert Habeck is fast-tracking gas import facilities to weaken the Kremlin's market power