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Germany opens first quay to import liquefied natural gas

By DW
20 November 2022   |   10:32 am
Germany is opening a quay adapted to import liquified natural gas as Berlin pursues a rapid change to its energy strategy. Police say the construction site has been guarded amid fears of sabotage.

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