Energy crisis normalized with latest LNG shipment arrival

The local energy warning system has finally been downgraded following yesterday’s arrival to Greece of a 120,000-cubic meter LNG shipment from Algeria, one of many extraordinary orders required during this winter’s energy crisis.

The order’s arrival, shipped to Greece’s only LNG terminal on Revythoussa, an islet just off Athens, prompted authorities to lower the country’s energy warning system to Level 1 Alert, two months after it had been raised to Level 2 Alert.

No distressing energy-related developments are now seen for the near future. Though the energy warning system’s lowering to Level 1 Alert means that further emergency measures are now not required, authorities will need to keep monitoring the situation.