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Antigua and Barbuda has achieved a significant milestone by inaugurating its first-ever liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility, heralding a potential transformation in the nation’s energy domain. According to reports, the country recently received four newly acquired LNG storage tanks, each boasting a capacity of about 1,000 cubic meters. These tanks are slated for individual transportation to the Crabbs power plant. Melford Nicholas, the Minister Responsible for the Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA), expressed his enthusiasm for the arrival of this equipment. He highlighted its pivotal role in advancing the country’s journey towards energy diversification and the reduction of carbon emissions.

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