Date: 6th May 2022
The 3rd of May was a historic day for the energy policy of both Greece and the European Union. The official launch of the Alexandroupolis floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), with the presence of heads of government, energy ministers, as well as EU representatives, marks an important milestone not only for Greece’s role as a regional energy hub, but also for the Balkans. The turbulent times and the uncertainty we are all experiencing highlight the vital role such new infrastructure is bound to play in diversifying the energy sources and safeguarding the security of the energy supply in South-eastern Europe and Mediterranean, hence accelerating Europe’s independence in fossil fuels.
In light of the above, Lambadarios Law Firm, in its capacity as legal advisor to Gastrade, under the guidance of its Partner Yannis Kourniotis and the LLF energy team, is glad and honored to have contributed and still be contributing to the development of the Alexandroupolis FSRU, a challenging yet indispensable and groundbreaking project for Greece and the Union.
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