UK energy security boost from Teesside LPG terminal

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The new facility is set to improve the security of supply across northern England, Scotland and North Wales.

A recently inaugurated liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) terminal in Teesside is now in operation, enhancing the stability of the country's off-grid energy provision by delivering up to 90,000 tonnes of LPG annually to households and enterprises in northern England, Scotland, and North Wales.

Developed by LPG distributors Flogas Britain in collaboration with North Sea Midstream Partners (NSMP) and Exolum Seal Sands Ltd (Exolum), this terminal is poised to bolster the security of LPG distribution on a national scale, thereby diminishing the need for imports.

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