Uniper resumes plans for ‘hydrogen-ready’ German LNG terminal: Fortum CEO
If Germany was really serious about getting more gas in quick and they really wanted that to be LNG, they would go to the Dutch, the Polish, the Belgian, and the one Terminal in the North of France to ask them to increase the capacity of those. Building new LNG tanks takes a very long time (one year is not going to cut it) but increasing throughput by installing more vaporizers, increasing pipe capacity, and maybe adding a jetty goes much faster. As long as Germans are playing with fluff-show-off technologies like hydrogen, they are not serious.
Fortum also applies for lifetime extension at Finnish nuclear plant to wean Europe off Russian energy imports