Zagreb, 24 November 2019 - Fourteen people are sitting at a long table in the room of a rather worn-down wooden shack. We are located in Omišalj, in the middle of the Dina Petrokemija complex, one of many of fallen Croatian industries. The rather gloomy impression of abandoned facilities and rusty pipes is also contributed by the pouring rain. It doesn't seem like an optimistic environment, but in this case the first impression is wrong. The fourteen people at the table are so-called coordination, and what they are coordinating is the construction site of the currently most important energy project in Croatia, and probably in the wider region. The LNG terminal on the island of Krk is a story that, with its many twists, ups and downs, has been around for over twenty years. These fourteen people in the worn-down wooden shack have a task to finally unravel it, and the first contours of their work are visible several hundred meters away, where heavy machinery is devotedly working to build the infrastructure needed to start the LNG terminal operations on the first day of January 2021.
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