After completion, the terminal will be used to import various liquefied gases including LNG for the benefit of regional industries.
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The 5,300-ton vessel will be equipped with electric propulsion systems as well as dual technology power generators.
The 2021 Annual Competition Law, which recently came into force, introduces significant amendments to the Italian legislation concerning antitrust and abuse of economic dependence.