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Gas crisis: Cape Ann, the essential floating terminal in Le Havre




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The purchasing power bill allows the terminal to be set up in one year instead of two. Objective: supply 10% of French consumption.

The Cape Anne floating LNG terminal is to be set up in September 2023 by TotalEnergies near the port of Le Havre.
The Cape Anne floating LNG terminal is to be set up in September 2023 by TotalEnergies near the port of Le Havre.
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By Olivier Ubertalli

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