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win/win, apparently
1 posted on 10/22/2018 7:07:28 PM PDT by ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas
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To: ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas

total win/win

reduces the U.S. deficit to Germany/EU

reduces Germany/EU energy dependence on Russia


2 posted on 10/22/2018 7:21:19 PM PDT by catnipman ((Cat Nipman: Vote Republican in 2012 and only be called racist one more time!))
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To: ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas

Definitely a win/win for the US and Germany. Germany will now have another source for natural glass and therefore less likely to be subjected to supplier “blackmail”.


3 posted on 10/22/2018 7:21:41 PM PDT by House Atreides (BOYCOTT the NFL, its products and players 100% - PERMANENTL)
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To: ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas
WINNING!!!

4 posted on 10/22/2018 7:27:08 PM PDT by Chode ( We’re America, Bitch!)
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To: ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas

we have an amazing President.


5 posted on 10/22/2018 7:39:16 PM PDT by elpadre (AfganistaMr Obama said theoal was to "disrupt, dismantle and defeat al-hereQaeda" and its allies.)
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To: ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas

How much LNG can a $576 million terminal handle? Any guesses?


7 posted on 10/22/2018 7:46:19 PM PDT by Paul R.
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To: ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas

An LNG terminal allows Germany to buy from any supplier, a pipeline locks them into a single supplier - who has repeatedly shown they will use such dependence as a weapon.

Also, most of jobs and construction contracts for a pipeline would go to the Russians, while an LNG terminal would be a huge load of jobs and contracts that German politicians could dole out domestically.

If Russians give the best price, they can still supply their tanker loads.


8 posted on 10/22/2018 7:54:22 PM PDT by BeauBo
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To: ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas

I saw Secretary of the Interior Zinke in an interview recently.

He was confidently predicting big increases in US production over the next two years.

We will need places for that product to go.


9 posted on 10/22/2018 7:57:04 PM PDT by BeauBo
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To: ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas
American efforts to open its market to U.S. companies has stalled due to lack of government support

(from the U.S. government.)

11 posted on 10/22/2018 10:40:52 PM PDT by Jeff Chandler (Every time a lefty cries "racism", a Trump voter gets his wings.)
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To: ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas; SunkenCiv

There are several proposed terminals:

Co-financed by Macquarie Group Ltd. and China Harbour Engineering Co. and costing as much as 500 million euros ($575 million), closely held consortium LNG Stade GmbH plans a terminal that will eventually be able to handle as much as 15 percent of Germany’s gas imports.

Brunsbuettel + a joint venture of gas infrastructure company NV Nederlandse Gasunie, Vopak LNG Holding BV and Oiltanking GmbH, bundled together as “German LNG Terminal.”

Qatar, and Uniper SE a terminal at Wilhelmshaven, about 55 miles west of Stade

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-22/two-small-towns-in-germany-vie-to-make-trump-s-lng-dream-reality


12 posted on 10/23/2018 12:39:44 AM PDT by AdmSmith (GCTGATATGTCTATGATTACTCAT)
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