Slovakia’s decision to build first LNG terminal in Bratislava port faces criticism

About 10 years ago, a friend of mine and I had the idea of building an LNG artery based on the Danube-Rhine river system and bringing LNG down from North Western Europe. We thought it made sense for many reasons. To have LNG as a fuel for heavy transport and for city peak-shaving were only two of them. But after more than one year of chewing ears off, we understood that nobody wanted to change the status quo for anything – even if it was better than what we had before. At the time we also talked to Slovakia and came to the conclusion that if one city on the Danube kicks this off, it will be Bratislava. Here they go. A tip of the hat goes to those folks. 

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