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    Also, it might be worth adding that the UK now ships in liquefied natural gas from the Qatar gas field using huge tankers. The installation near Milford Haven, which is the largest LNG terminal in Europe then carries out a Regasification process.
    The site in S. Wales can handle up to 25% of the UK's gas requirement.

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    Gruniad article on North Stream 2; https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...pass-sanctions

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