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Italy Approves LPG Terminal In Chioggia But Withholds Forbids Gas Carrier Activities

Italy approves LPG terminal in Chioggia but withholds forbids gas carrier activities

Source: PortSEurope

Chioggia, Italy (PortSEurope) March 20, 2019 – After the approval by the Italian State Council for a project to construct a depot for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in Chioggia, the Ministry of Economic Development (Mise) had reserved the right to re-examine the entire process, ruling that the approval is for storage only, and does not include the activities of gas carriers. The project was designated as “strategic” in 2015 and since then there have many delays caused by objections…

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