"The terminal, which will be pumping liquefied gas, delivered to Lithuania from Qatar on tankers, will begin its work yet in the beginning of December. A "floating terminal" is currently heading to the port of Klaipeda," the article states.
According to the Lietuvos Rytas, the amount is about 4 billion cubic meters per year, which will come to Klaipeda from Qatar. Experts claim that Lithuania consumes 3 billion cubic meters of gas per year for domestic needs.
Thus, Vilnius plans to export remaining 1 billion.
Gazprom have already delivered 1,937 billion cubic meters of gas to the Baltic States in the first half of 2014, which is almost 25% less than it had delivered during the same period of the previous year.